PG&E Plan to Shut Down Diablo Canyon Power Plant Will Hurt Cal’s Climate Initiative and Rate Payers

Michael Killen, radio/TV talk show host and artist, on KZSU Stanford Radio 90.1 fm interviewe with Gene Nelson, PhD and Government Liaison for Californians for Green Nuclear Power.

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CA Assemblymember Chris Holden (D-41) Attempt to Undermine State’s Climate Goal

Responding to a request from KZSU Stanford Radio host, Michael Killen, Gene Nelson, PhD resonded ‘Yes. PacifiCorp has been laboring to create what they call a “Regional Energy Imbalance Market” or “Regional Load Balancing Authority” to sell PacifiCorp’s surplus dirty fossil-fired electricity to California since about 2003. CGNP’s written testimony to the CPUC in A.16-08-006 covered this topic extensively. Also, with the encouragement of Governor Brown’s office, Assemblyman Chris Holden (D-41) sneaked the PacifiCorp proposal into two pieces of noncontroversial legislation (AB 726 and AB 813) at the last minute during this year’s legislative session that ended on 15 September 2017. A firestorm of protests ensued, so Assemblyman Holden withdrew the sneaky legislation. Holden also prevented passage of Senate Pro-Tem Kevin DeLeon’s SB 100, a clean-energy bill which would have prohibited the importation of dirty fossil-fired electricity into California. More details on request.’ Dr. Gene Nelson –Government Liaison for Californians for Green Nuclear Power.

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Execute Best Action In Every Situation

Stanford Radio and TV Talk Host Michael Killen shares how you can think clearly about the action(s) you are about to execute.  Michael is the founder of the think tank Killen & Asscociates, Inc. global speeker, and  artist who made the painting “Sustainability” (24 ft) for NASA.   Michael selected Jonathan Klied of the Kleid Design Group, Oakland to conduct the interview.


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License “The Killen Report” Syndicated TV Show

Michael Killen is the Host/Producer of the issue oriented half-hour TV program “The Killen Report.” Michael interviews guests who have an important message to share with communities everywhere. To attain a license or other means to broadcast the show contact or

Topics include education, business, culture, energy, environment, legal, management, and political issues. Michael produces TV programs in Silicon Valley at the MidPennisular Media Center, and the CMCM Marin TV Station just north of the Gloden Gate Bridge. Michael is a Visiting Host at KZSU Stanford Radio 90.1 FM where he hosts the ‘Michael Killen Radio.’

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Head of the Annual Silicon Valley Energy Summit at Stanford Discusses California Climate Leadership Strategy and Funding for Energy Research In the Trump Era

Michael Killen produced the interview with Dr. James L. Sweeney, Hoover Fellow, and head of the famed research organization -Precourt Energy Efficiency Center at Stanford; during a live broadcast at KZSU Stanford Radio 90.1 FM. The interview also addressed a controversial study that concluded that water, wind, solar and hydrogen was all that was needed to meet the US energy requirements.

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Michael Killen to Attend Art Event at FOG Gallery, San Francisco Sun Aug 27

Michael Killen, radio and TV personality, and art collector will attend the ‘A Closing Toast With Grandmaster Artist Harry Cohen (92)’ at the FOG Far Out Gallery in San Francisco Sun. Aug 27. I expect to meet interesting people and bring home another Cohen.

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Toast To SF Grandmaster Artist Harry Cohen

Anne Herbst, Owner of the San Fransisco FOG Far Out Gallery said, “I decided to host the event ‘Closing Toast With Harry’ to honor the remarkable 92-year-old artist Harry Cohen as his exhibition, at my gallery, comes to an end. All are welcome.

Paula Kirkeby, owner of Smith Andersen Editions, Palo Alto said, “Harry was my favorite. He reminded me of Richard Diebenkorn early on but went in his own direction.” Paula, a pillar of the Palo Alto art community past in 2016.


Closing Toast With Harry

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