March 15, 2012

Truths & Confusion About Global Energy

Vivian Norris, Huffington Post

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The decision to write this article came from a both a desire to revisit the disaster at Fukushima one year on, as well as the fact that I come from Texas, and have grown up in and around the fossil fuel-related energy industry. More recently, I have been educating myself more about renewables, and had the chance to visit Tunisia where what will become the largest solar project in the world will be built by a joint European-Tunisian venture over the next few years. . .

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