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Stanford University to become 100 percent solar powered
by Tim Sylvia
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4 December 2018
On 4 December 2018 pv magazine USA reported:
Much like the mighty redwood tree featured in the school's logo, Stanford University, through a deal with developer Recurrent Energy, will now get all of its energy needs from the sun. Stanford now joins the University of Richmond and Massachusetts' Hampshire College as the only schools in the nation capable of entirely offsetting their electricity usage with solar.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The University of Hawaii and University of California systems have both got in the mix as well, making 100 percent renewable energy a near-future goal. Additionally, Duke Energy supplies the University of North Carolina system with 250MW of renewably-generated electricity each year as a part of its Green Source Advantage Program.
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