Bozeman climate plan hinges on NorthWestern cooperation


Bozeman’s draft climate goals call for a substantial decrease in the city’s carbon emissions over the coming decades. But it’s a venture the city can’t take alone, with much of it depending on NorthWestern Energy.

Bozeman’s draft climate plan goals are ambitious: a 26% reduction in emissions from a 2008 baseline by 2025, 100% net clean electricity by 2030 and complete carbon neutrality by 2050. There are actions the plan recommends the city take, like encouraging better energy efficiency in new and existing buildings, and decreasing vehicle emissions.

But a significant part of the city’s ability to meet their goals will involve cooperation from NorthWestern Energy.


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