A new survey conducted by the Texas Clean Energy Coalition (TCEC) reveals strong Republican support for clean energy policies in The Lone Star State.
The survey notes that 85% of Texas voters, including 78% of Republicans, favor the increase of clean energy as a way to generate electricity. In addition, 94% of voters view solar energy as a clean energy resource.
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