First Arkansas city commits to 100% clean, renewable energy

By Kathie Zipp The city of Fayetteville became the first municipality in Arkansas to commit to transition to 100% clean and renewable sources of energy.
On Tuesday, the Fayetteville City Council voted to adopt the city’s Energy Action Plan, which includes a goal of powering all government operations with 100% clean energy by 2030 and the entire community by 2050. A copy of Fayetteville’s comprehensive Energy Action Plan can be seen here.
Tuesday’s vote makes Fayetteville the 54th city in the country to commit to 100% clean energy.
“The Sierra Club applauds Fayetteville today for this tremendous step forward,” said Glen Hooks, Director of the Arkansas

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