In the next 10 years, Renewables Could Provide a Third of the Power in the Eastern US


A new study has found that up to a third of the power demands of the eastern side of the US could be met by renewables within a decade.

This is big news, and not just for those concerned about the environment. The Eastern Interconnection (EI) power grid that serves more than 240 million in the Eastern US has been clunking along for more than a century, and experts are urging that major updates be considered.

Read More: http://www.sciencealert.com/in-the-next-10-years-renewables-could-provide-a-third-of-the-power-in-the-eastern-us

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