Missoula becomes first city in Montana to commit to 100% renewable energy

The Garden City is now 1 of 110 cities across the country recognizing climate change and making decisions to keep our Montana air clean and renewable. As of yesterday, the Missoula City Council and County Commission unanimously voted to commit to powering both the city and the county with 100 percent renewable energy by the year 2030. The 100% renewable energy commitment means that by the year 2030, the county and city will be operating on 100% hydro, solar, and wind generated power which makes Missoula a 100% clean and green energy city. Climate Smart Missoula and County Commission have been working for over five years on the renewable energy commitment, and now, officials say it's time to get to work.

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