An Open Letter on Clean Energy and Climate

January 2015
Greentips;2015, p1
The article presents an open letter on clean energy and climate signed by Minnesota scientists, engineers, economists and health professionals. Topics include Minnesota's strong clean energy track record having created jobs, provided affordable electricity and reduced pollution as well as the signatories supporting to require at least 40 percent of the state's electricity to come from renewable energy sources by the year 2030. Also mentioned is Minnesota having vast clean energy potential.


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