Jonathan Scott's Power Trip
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Welcome to Front Range Community College's preview screening of Jonathan Scott's Power Trip!
The key to environmentally friendly, cost-effective renewable energy is shining down upon us. In sun-soaked Las Vegas, Property Brothers’ Jonathan Scott harnesses that power by installing solar panels on his own home. But when his local public utility commission takes every possible opportunity to suppress that type of competition, Jonathan sets out to answer “Why don’t more Americans have the choice to go solar?” On his journey to learn about clean energy, Jonathan talks with members of the Navajo Nation, who built a utility-scale solar plant; farmers struggling to make ends meet in Georgia; coal workers ready for new, clean jobs in Kentucky; religious leaders fighting to meet their community’s energy needs in North Carolina; and politicians at the forefront of the battle for renewable energy throughout the country.
After the film join us on Zoom for post film discussion with local experts at: us02web.zoom.us/j/82879511389?pwd=TzRjeUpwMURqWk1SL2tVVjd3TjdYQT09
Meeting ID: 828 7951 1389
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Jonathan Scott ILPU Intro QA
Jonathan Scott Introduction to ILPU screening with Q&A
Jonathan Scotts Power Trip ILPU Master
HGTV home makeover expert Jonathan Scott shines a light on the obstacles and opportunities for America’s solar industry.
POWERTRIP ILPOPUP OVEE End Card
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