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A Partial Solution To California’s Water Problems

Originally Published on Renewable Energy World

By Roy L Hales

A new report, Clean Energy Opportunities in California’s Water Sector, offers what could be a partial solution to California’s water problems. The authors, Juliet Christian-Smith and Laura Wisland from the Union of Concerned scientists, primarily focus on the 20 percent of California’s electricity that is consumed by the water sector. They point out that most water and wastewater utilities own assets (land, reservoirs, ponds etc) that could be used to produce renewable energy.

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Lessons from Germany – Part I , Jennifer Runyon

This morning’s broadcast is the first in a series of articles with fellow editors who took part in Germany Trade and Invest’s fall 2014 Press junket. Lessons from Germany – Part I , Jennifer Runyon.

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