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University Of Utah Commits To 50% Renewable Electricity From Solar & Geothermal

Original story at CleanTechnica• 5 mentions • 1 week ago

CleanTechnica 1 week ago

 
October 11th, 2017 by Joshua S HillThe University of Utah has announced Tuesday that it intends to reduce its total carbon emissions by 25% by sourcing 50% of its electricity needs from solar PV and geothermal energy sources. Announced on Tuesday, this week the University of Utah revealed that it has signed the largest long-term green power contract of any American university (according to the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Green Power Partnership rankings) which will see the University source 50% of its electricity from solar and geothermal energy sources in a bid to reduce its emissions by 25%. Specifically, the ...
 
 
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