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City of Dallas Purchases 40% Wind Product; Saves Money

August 2010 - The City of Dallas signed a contact with TXU to purchase 2.2 billion kWh of power over three years, of which 40%, or approximately 880 million kWh, will be from wind power generated in Texas. The wind power is Green-e Energy certified.

The three year contract is expected to save the City up to $7 million per year compared to its previous contract.

News Release - City of Dallas Inks Deal to Save Up to $7 Million Annually in Electricity Costs



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