Financing a low-carbon revolution

By Neil Gunningham | September 8, 2020

A 32-megawatt photovoltaic array is being built in the southeast corner of the Brookhaven National Laboratory site. Credit: Brookhaven National Lab

Financing a low-carbon revolution

By Neil Gunningham | September 8, 2020

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Russell Scott Day
3 years ago

Ocean tides could generate pretty much all the grid needed electricity the coasts would need. Niagara Falls provides inexpensive power to Upstate NY. Just don’t forget about the oceans.

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