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City Of Sydney goes 100 percent renewable
by Steve Hanley
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3 July 2020
On 3 July 2020 CleanTechnica reported:
As of July 1, Sydney, the largest city in Australia, will power all its operations -- street lights, sports facilities, buildings, and the historic Town Hall -- with 100 percent renewable energy from local sources. The clean energy transition, made possible by a power purchase agreement put together by Flow Power, is worth $60 million and is projected to save the city more than a half million dollars on its electricity bills every year for the next 10 years.
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