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Full Program - A discussion of Austin's proposed long-range Austin Energy Generation Plan with Austin Energy General Manager Roger Duncan and other experts and stakeholders. (27:26)

Panel of Austin stakeholders discusses the Austin Energy Generation Plan to 2020 and its impact on the climate, economy and citizens of Austin, TX. (26:55)

Media roundtable discussion featuring Mose Buchele from KUT-FM and Alberta Phillips, Marty Toohey and Asher Price from The Austin American Statesman. (16:22)

Complete interview with Roger Duncan, Austin Energy General Manager. (24:33)

KLRU, KUT-FM and The Austin American Statesman are partnering to present Austin @ Issue: Energy For the Future on Thursday, Feb. 18, at 7:30 p.m. This 30-minute special features a discussion of Austin’s proposed long-range Austin Energy’s Generation Plan with Austin Energy General Manager Roger Duncan and other experts and stakeholders.

Austin Energy has proposed that the City of Austin increase its portfolio of renewable sources of energy such as wind and solar, increase the City’s investment in energy efficiency and conservation, and phase down Austin’s reliance on coal. Duncan talks in-depth about the plan followed by a discussion, moderated by Alberta Phillips from The Austin American Statesman, featuring:

KLRU.org, KLRU’s online television resource, will also feature a media roundtable discussion about the issue featuring Mose Buchele from KUT-FM and Marty Toohey and Asher Price from The Austin American Statesman about the issues surrounding the plan. The full interview with Austin Energy’s Roger Duncan will also be available online.

There will be a Mayor’s Energy Generation Town Hall meeting on Monday, Feb. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Palmer Events Center to allow public input on the plan and a more detailed analysis.