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Coal centric American city St. Louis votes to get all electricity from solar, wind

by Futures Centre, Nov 13
1 minute read

St Louis, Missouri became the latest American city to set a goal of producing all of its energy from zero-carbon sources by 2035. A unanimous vote by the Board of Aldermen passed legislation to this effect and a group of various stakeholders including workers, environmentalists, business people, representatives from utility companies and lawmakers will draw up a plan to reach this goal. 



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