Future Power Sector…you still have a water problem

I wrote last week about the dependency of our power sector on water to keep the power plants cool and to produce power. The ways to reduce this dependency are to move toward more sources that are air cooled, such as combined heat and power, renewables, such as solar PV and wind or what I think is one of the key options, energy efficiency. The less we use, the less dependent we are on our generation…

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Director of Clean Energy at HARC. CEO of Pythias Analytics — Optimizing Climate Risk Decision Making — www.pythiasanalytics.com https://medium.com/@gdillingham/

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Gavin Dillingham, PhD

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Director of Clean Energy at HARC. CEO of Pythias Analytics — Optimizing Climate Risk Decision Making — www.pythiasanalytics.com https://medium.com/@gdillingham/

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