Can other cities match Georgetown's low-cost switch to 100 percent wind and sun?
from Renewable Energy World
This is probably not the first place you've read about Georgetown, Texas, the town of 55,000 that will be getting the equivalent of 100 per cent of its electricity from renewable energy by 2017. But few articles hit upon the two key reasons Georgetown was able to make this move when so many other cities with abundant renewable resources are stuck with a majority-coal-fired electricity supply. If cities had these keys, many could obtain 100 per cent renewable energy at a surprisingly low cost.
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