This Texas Town In Oil Country Is Going 100 Percent Renewable
Georgetown, Texas, has the least expensive utilities in central Texas for a reason. Next year it'll generate all its power from solar and wind.By Connor Hickox, Zach Toombs | March 7, 2016
Meet the Texas town going to 100 percent green energy.
"It's sort of like Mayberry R.F.D. Everybody knows everybody," Mayor Dale Ross said.
We're in Georgetown, Texas, which has a small-town feel and a cutting-edge power grid. Next year, it'll be the largest city in America to go 100 percent renewable. And that's in the middle of oil country.