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The City of Oakland in California will power all of its municipal facilities with green power. It is releasing a request for proposals for green power providers. Oakland, which estimates it will need some 9 MW of capacity, has a population of more than 360,000. The mayor of Oakland, Jerry Brown, is a renewables advocate and was governor of California when the state's tax incentive for wind was introduced in the 1980s.

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