“Some New Brunswick residents have delivered a petition of 650 signatures supporting a citywide community energy aggregation program that would allow residents and businesses to purchase 100 percent renewable electricity by the year 2035. They are seeking to establish the creation of the New Brunswick Community Energy Aggregation program. This would enable the city to purchase energy at discounted bulk rates, and to set guidelines about the sources of electricity used by city residents.”
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