Georgetown, Texas: Far From Green, But 100 Percent Renewable Energy–Why?

Posted by Mike Confino, April 6, 2015

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While the politics of climate change remain contentious in the U.S.–if not in much of the rest of the developed world–that doesn’t have to hold up the growth of renewable-energy infrastructure.

Because if there’s one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that saving money is great.

And that’s why one city in the often conservative oil state of Texas is planning to convert to 100 percent renewable energy.

About 25 miles north of Austin, Georgetown is making the switch to save cash, not the planet, explains The Guardian.

via Georgetown, Texas: Far From Green, But 100 Percent Renewable Energy–Why?.

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