April 16, 2012
Can Green Energy Survive Cheap Gas Poison?
Christopher Swann, Slate Magazine
The cheapest natural gas price for a decade is a boon for American homeowners. At less than $2 per million British thermal units, though, it looks toxic for its already troubled rival, the solar energy sector. But gas isn’t close to chocking the life out of it just yet. . .
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