Sky's the Limit for Clean Energy

July 2013
Catalyst (1539-3410);Summer2013, p4
The article offers information on an April 2013 Union of Concerned Scientists report that highlights the reliability of renewable energy which remains as an underutilized source of electricity, and reveals the quadrupling of wind and solar power generation in the U.S. from 2007 to 2012.


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