Popular Italian restaurant and pizzeria Franny’s, in New York City’s rebounding Brooklyn borough, voluntarily pays more for its electricity and gas to support utility companies’ development of renewable energy through wind- and river-driven power sources. A Brooklyn neighbor of Franny’s in the bustling Williamsburg neighborhood, Barcade, operates as a kind of modern penny arcade with more than 100 beers from around the world and uses the same utility sources. Like Franny’s, ...
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