Many of us are eager to build a greener, healthier world, one powered solely by clean, renewable energy. But with the lack of leadership at the state and federal level, we have to be creative in advancing that vision. Thankfully many cities, colleges and other institutions are making the switch to wind and solar power, but more needs to be done. In this webinar, learn about
- a new state program to aggregate the purchasing of cities and colleges to get a great deal on solar power and why it might be the right choice for cities, colleges and other institutions.
- the 100% renewable energy pledge of the Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability
- the difference between the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) many cities currently buy and why Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) are a more meaningful commitment to renewable energy.
- how you can get involved to get your city or local college to do more on renewables.
Apr 18, 2019 4-5 PM
Luke Metzger, Executive Director, Environment Texas Research and Policy Center
Michael Bendewald, Managing Partner, Texas Energy Aggregation
GeorgeAnn Moss, Executive Administrator for Sustainability Outreach and Initiatives, Dallas County Community College District
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SPONSORS: Environment Texas Research and Policy Center, Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance, Public Citizen
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