Norman has signed up to the American clean power movement.
The city in Oklahoma is the first in the state, and the 69th in the US, to commit to 100% renewable energy. The city council has endorsed a resolution to so by 2035 for electricity, and by 2050 for all sectors.
“Momentum is building for 100% clean energy across the US and Norman showed it is a leader in Oklahoma by being the first city in the state to commit to this goal. Norman’s commitment to renewable energy is also a commitment to clean air, economic development, and a healthy future for our community. After a year of engagement from the community and City of Norman, this vote is a victory for everyone,” said Karen Blasier, volunteer with the Norman Ready for 100 campaign.
Haters gonna hate, but the strong momentum building across America for a future powered by 100% clean energy is here to stay. 🇺🇸💯https://t.co/uEJ7VVelEH
— The Solutions Project (@100isNow) May 18, 2018