“New Energy” will encourage action on clean energy reform; will run in South Carolina & Washington D.C. during GOP Debate
Washington, D.C. – This morning, James Dozier, Executive Director of Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES), announced the release of a new TV ad aimed at influencing the Republican discussion around renewable energy reform.
The ad, entitled “New Energy”, will air in South Carolina and Washington, D.C. during the February 13th GOP debate. It highlights Governor Nikki Haley’s leadership on renewable energy, which is getting results for South Carolina families and business.
“As presidential candidates and politicians in Washington talk about clean energy reform, Nikki Haley and South Carolina Republicans are getting results,” Dozier said.
“By boosting solar energy and encouraging investment in renewables, Governor Haley has revitalized South Carolina’s economy and brought new employment and manufacturing opportunities to the Palmetto State. Solving America’s energy problems takes grit, determination, and free market solutions. Aspiring candidates should follow Nikki Haley’s lead in streamlining outdated regulations to boost our economy, strengthen our national security and preserve our climate for future generations.”
To view “New Energy” click here.
The ad will run during the South Carolina GOP debate, and up to the February 20th Primary election. The total cost of the ad buy will be $150,000.
Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization advocating for comprehensive and responsible solutions to our nation’s energy issues. The organization is comprised of citizens from around the country who believe it is time for politicians in Washington to stop arguing, and start working on ways to solve our nation’s energy crisis.