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US Virgin Islands Plans 60% Reduction in Fossil Fuel Use By 2025

The U.S. Virgin Islands has worked with NREL to come up with a strategic plan to reduce fossil fuel use by 60 percent by 2025. The plan will include the deployment of five different renewable energy technologies and a huge roll-out of energy efficiency improvements. The USVI, much like other islands, currently depends heavily on imported fuel for their energy needs, making electricity cost almost $0.
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