Citing economic common sense, the town of Wayne, NJ has embarked on an ambitious plan to achieve a higher degree of energy independance. The plan suggests everything from small wind turbines on street lights to using heat from a cogeneration plant to offset natural gas use at municipal buildings. The net result – less taxpayer money going up in smoke. (via treehugger)
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