Meghan Nutting, A Solar Policy Pro Running for State Legislature in Colorado's 5th District featured in EnergyWakeup Podcast

October 26, 2017
Yann Brandt, SolarWakeup

"In this episode I speak with Meghan Nutting, a solar veteran that has worked in policy roles at SolarCity and Sunnova over the past decade.

Meghan is running for the State Legislature in the very powerful 5th district. The current legislator in this district is the Speaker of the House, Crisanta Duran. This is a safe democratic seat which leads the winner of the primary to likely take general election."

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Legislative campaign season off to a fast start

August 10, 2017
Colorado Capitol Watch

"Contenders in the 5th District are corporate executive Meghan Nutting, businessman Alex Valdez and political organizer Nicky Yollick."
Meghan is in 2nd place for fundraising totals/cash on hand for all declared House candidates in the State.

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Meghan Nutting profiled by WRISE: Women of Renewable Industries & Sustainable Energy

August 14, 2017

"In 2009, I submitted my resume to a small solar company I had never heard of because I wanted to be more active professionally in helping to find and craft solutions to environmental degradation and climate change. That company, SolarCity, offered me a job that entailed doing their government affairs and policy work along with one other person. And that’s how I started an incredibly wild ride on the solar coaster. Many years later, I still love what I do, the incredible industry in which I work and my amazing colleagues in solar."

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Meghan Nutting Announces Candidacy for Colorado's House District 5

March 15, 2017
North Denver Tribune

"Meghan Nutting, progressive leader and renewable energy advocate, today announced her candidacy for office to represent House District 5 in the Colorado State House. Nutting, who grew up in Colorado and is a long-time resident of the Denver community, is very engaged in local politics and until recently served as Captain of the district for the Denver Democratic Party and on the board of the Colorado Young Democrats."

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