The most fundamental changes of high levels of wind and solar relate to the timing of when electricity is cheap or expensive and the degree of regularity in those patterns. (Windpower Engineering)

Regina city council has voted unanimously in favor of being “100 percent renewable” by 2050. That means completely moving away from fossil fuels when it comes to generating power for the city.

The motion was brought to council Oct. 29, with the backing of councilors Andrew Stevens, Joel Murray, and John Findura. In passing the motion, the council received a standing ovation from people at city hall. Many passionately spoke about why the city should be taking climate change seriously.

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