The New Hampshire city of Concord has committed to a future powered by 100% renewable energy.
A vote by the city council – to achieve the transition to use clean energy for electricity by 2030 – saw it become the 72nd city in America to make the move. We have have shared many of these announcement, thanks to information posted by the Sierra Club.
“I salute Mayor Bouley and my city council colleagues for demonstrating foresight and leadership in embracing a clean energy future for the city of Concord. We look forward to the work ahead, engaging the entire Concord community in this important effort,” said Rob Werner, city councilor and chair of the Energy and Environment Committee.
Read our interview with Jodie Van Horn, Director of the Sierra Club’s Ready for 100 campaign, to get a better understanding of the strength of the grassroots movement in America working to ensure a renewable energy future.