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Texas universities offer environmentally-friendly branded energy option for fans.

Jackie Rangel
  • 2 september 2010

In what might seem like an unlikely combination, the University of Texas and Texas A&M University are set to begin marketing their own branded green electricity options. The energy will be 100% sourced from Texas wind, and although it may not be the most cost efficient option for some people, it provides fans and alumni with another option to pledge their allegiance to their favorite educational institution, while simultaneously promoting an environmentally-conscious activity.

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