Georgetown, Texas, a town just north of Austin, has been in the news lately for its decision to ‘go 100% renewable.’ Environmentalists have lauded the City’s contract with solar and wind energy providers, while critics characterized the move as a ‘myth’ that doesn’t ring true. Energy Institute Research Associate Joshua Rhodes examines the controversy surrounding Georgetown’s decision in his latest op-ed. Read more.
What does ‘100% renewable’ really mean?
Sept. 27, 2018