“How Atlanta plans to get to 100% green energy by 2035”

“Like any other city, Atlanta is woven with power lines, trams and buses. The electricity that makes Atlanta run comes mostly from coal, natural gas and nuclear energy. Only 6% to 8% comes from renewable sources. “Obviously, going from that number to 100% by 2035 is a bold goal,” said Amol Naik, Atlanta’s chief resilience officer. He says the green energy plan, approved by the Atlanta City Council in March – which aims to get to 100% green in 16 years – is “ambitious and achievable”. But, he admits, there’s no easy path to get there.”


Leave a Reply