CDP: 100 cities worldwide source at least 70 per cent of power from renewables

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Seattle is one of 100 world cities sourcing at least 70 per cent of their power from renewables
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Seattle is one of 100 world cities sourcing at least 70 per cent of their power from renewables

Seattle, Auckland, and Nairobi among urban centres sourcing majority of their power from renewables, as more than 40 cities now run on 100 per cent clean electricity

Around the world 100 cities source more than 70 per cent of their power from renewables, according to a new analysis which reveals the crucial role clean energy already plays in powering the world's economic...

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