The city of Austin, Texas plans to reach 52% renewable energy production by 2021, thanks in part to a solar contract approved by the City Council in October that may also reduce electricity rates

Posted by on November 5, 2018 7:01 pm
Categories: Clean & Renewable Energy

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As reported by Daily Texan Online, the city of Austin, Texas plans to reach 52% renewable energy production by 2021, thanks in part to a solar contract approved by the City Council in October that may also reduce electricity rates.

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