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Oct 12, 2007


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Whether or not transporting power from desert to city will be a challenge depends on the city in question; getting power to New York or Seattle would be a problem, but how about Las Vegas or Phoenix?

Michael W. Kruse

Good question for which I have not answer. Mutiple non-fossil sources is probably ideal. Only time will tell.


Actually, that was a rhetorical question. I was thinking that Las Vegas and Phoenix are as close to unpopulated desert areas as they are to any of the power supplies they currently depend on, so in their case, distance can't put solar power at a disadvantage.

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