Keene’s Clean Energy Plan is almost to the finish line.
[Keene Sentinel] After nearly two years in the works, Keene’s proposed comprehensive energy plan won the support of a City Council committee Wednesday night. Following its approval by the city’s Energy and Climate Committee last week, the plan was presented at a regular meeting of the City Council’s Planning, Licenses and Development Committee Wednesday. Members voted unanimously to recommend the council adopt the roadmap for transitioning Keene to 100-percent clean energy. Stemming from goals adopted by the council in January 2019, the plan aims to have all electricity used in the city coming from renewable sources by 2030, and all heating and transportation energy coming from renewable sources by 2050.