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Fayetteville approves solar power system, moves to 72 percent clean energy
by Todd Gill
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26 November 2018
On 26 November 2018 Fayetteville Flyer reported:
Fayetteville, Arkansas will soon take a major step toward its goal of running completely on clean energy. Peter Nierengarten, the city's sustainability director, said the system is projected to save the city $6 million in energy costs over the 20-year period, and will see a return on the investment in just over three years.
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The project will also raise clean energy consumption by city facilities from 16 percent to 72 percent. The council in January approved the Energy Action Plan, which features several goals, including operating all city facilities on 100 percent clean energy by 2030.
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