Major Corporations are Putting Utilities on Notice
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While it might still be several years away, corporate America is becoming more and more self-sufficient. Major organizations across the United States have been installing renewable energy sources such as biomass, solar and wind power systems to lower operating costs. The results have been positive and have started a trend that will likely benefit everyone aside from traditional utilities. Again, they have a little time to adapt, but Motley Fool analyst Taylor Muckerman believes they are being put on notice. The following video explains more.
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