September 11 -- Some western U.S. states have already made full use of their best locations for large-scale wind and solar power generation, creating opportunities for neighbouring states that still have suitable sites and for small-scale solar generation. Renewable resources are bountiful in theory - a few tens of square kilometres of desert could supply enough solar power for the world's electricity needs - but that is before taking practicalities into account. >>View Article
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 17:53
U.S. West's Rush to Renewables Moves to Under-Used States: Wynn FeaturedWritten by Bill Nelander
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