L.A. May Run Partly On Wyoming Wind Power
The deal, if approved by the council, would help the city toward its goal of getting 20% of its energy from renewables.
Over the next 16 years, the city of Los Angeles could be powered, in part, by winds blowing across the Wyoming plains.
On Tuesday, the Department of Water and Power board approved a contract worth between $236 million and $280 million to buy windmill-generated electricity, increasing in a small way its commitment to renewable "green" energy.
By Steve Hymon, Times Staff Writer
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