The Clean Energy Shell Game

Lisa Cohn discusses the clean energy shell game, and the players and power sources in the green power energy.



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Large-scale solar energy facility in Daggett, California.
Large-scale solar energy facility in Daggett, California.
RUSSELL MUNSON
Geothermal water coolers in Pahoa, Hawaii.
Geothermal water coolers in Pahoa, Hawaii.
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Prices for wind power have dropped dramatically in recent years because of technological advancements.
Prices for wind power have dropped dramatically in recent years because of technological advancements.
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Solar thermal technology uses sun sunlight to produce hot water, heat for buildings or electric power.
Solar thermal technology uses sun sunlight to produce hot water, heat for buildings or electric power.
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Large-scale solar energy facility in Daggett, California.
Large-scale solar energy facility in Daggett, California.
PHOTO: RUSSELL MUNSON
Large-scale solar energy facility in Daggett, California.
Large-scale solar energy facility in Daggett, California.
PHOTO: RUSSELL MUNSON

















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