Lisa Margonelli's got a great piece in The Nation on the potential for "Gray Power." The article makes the case for the Midwest to invest in waste heat recovery and other areas near and dear to my self-interested heart. She also puts out a pretty clever idea for a "Clean Power Authority." She describes it thus: ... a federal agency tasked with recycling energy in the South and Midwest--would work like a utility, buying power generated from recycled waste energy and using it to meet federal, state and local government needs. I like it. Power markets are broken. We've spent …
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Sean Casten is president & CEO of Recycled Energy Development, LLC, a company devoted to profitably reducing greenhouse emissions.
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