References for Transition to Renewable Energy Page

REFERENCES

Wind can providee 20% of US electricity by 2030 & pay communities $1.8 billion in taxes.
Click picture to link to US Department of Energy’s “Wind Vision” report.

[1] http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/breaking/20150505_Legislature_sets_goal_of_100_renewables_by_2045.html?id=302686631

[2] http://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2015/mar/26/costa-rica-only-renewable-energy-first-75-days-of-2015-video

[3a] http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/ski-towns-mull-future-without-skiing-%e2%80%93-and-put-coal-in-the-crosshairs%e2%80%8b/ar-BBjCxEi?ocid=TSHDHP

[4] Largest retailer from Fortune, “Fortune 500 2014,” at fortune.com/fortune500/wal-mart-stores-inc-1; Walmart, “Environmental Sustainability: Energy,” at corporate.walmart.com/global-responsibility/environment-sustainability/energy, viewed 16 November 2014; Walmart, “Walmart Puts Price of Solar Power on Rollback,” press release (Mountain View, CA: 9 May 2014); Walmart, “Walmart Builds on Leadership of Commercial Solar Deployment and Expands On-Site Solar Energy Projects,” press release (Bentonville, AR: 20 November 2014); Walmart, “White House Energy Event, Remarks by Bill Simon,” transcript (Mountain View, CA: 9 May 2014).

[5] EPA, Green Power Partnership, National Top 100 Partner List (Washington, DC: 27 October 2014); EPA, Green Power Partnership, 100% Green Power Users (Washington, DC: 27 October 2014).

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