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Published on September 26th, 2013 | by Andrew

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Wind + Solar Reduces Utility Costs & Emissions

September 26th, 2013 by  

Another study tells us that an increased amount of wind and solar power on the grid reduces utility costs as well as harmful greenhouse gas emissions. Read on for more details from the latest NREL study:

More Wind & Solar Can Reduce Utility Costs and Emissions (via Global Warming is Real)

Those opposed to spurring development and adoption of renewable solar and wind energy resources continually assert that their intermittent nature not only reduces grid reliability and raises the cost of electricity, but negates the carbon and greenhouse…


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