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Renewable energy solutions sought for one of the nation’s oldest public housing sites.

Elevation DC recently reported on renewable energy planning in connection with the Langston Dwellings – the first public housing property in the District of Columbia constructed in the 1930s. 


An existing, yet dormant, coal power plant on the site will play a starring role in the renewal energy plan. 


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