Another gas plant spurned as renewable energy takes over in California

“Last week, the City Council of Glendale, California voted 4-1 to explore whether renewable energy plus storage could meet the city’s future energy needs better than the municipal utility’s proposed repair and upgrade of a nearby 80 year old gas plant. Many arguments were put forth by the residents in search of alternatives to continuing use of the Grayson Power Plant. An Environmental Impact Report suggested that continuing the plant with the upgrades would increase local smog and produce an additional 415,000 metric tons of CO2 per year.”

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