In an effort to bring national energy policy into focus, PACE has launched an original documentary entitled Unplugged: Reconnecting American Energy Policy With Reality.
The documentary, shot during the last year in locations across the U.S., features the perspectives of consumers, federal legislators, business leaders, energy experts, and environmentalists who are often overlooked by mainstream media coverage of energy issues.
“Unplugged is all about recalibrating and refocusing the American energy debate,” said Lance Brown, PACE Executive Director. “The people of our nation simply must know the truth about our energy options.”
Currently, the 20-minute documentary is available for viewing online at www.unpluggedmovie.com and is also being screened at a series of grassroots events across the Southeast. Viewers can learn more about the documentary, watch bonus footage, and connect to the documentary through Facebook, on the website.