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Thursday
Mar012018

Three US cities in 100 now powered 70% or more by renewables

More than 100 cities around the world now get at least 70% of their electricity from renewable sources such as hydro, geothermal, solar and wind, says a new report from CDP who "expect to see even more cities targeting a clean energy future. Cities not only want to transition to renewable energy but, most importantly - as our data shows - they can." There are three US cities on the list, Burlington, VT, Eugene, OR and Seattle, WA. Brazil had by far the highest representation with 47 cities.