A Ghost Town, Going Green – NYTimes.com

NIPTON, Calif. — Gerald Freeman leaned on a walking stick on a dusty hill near the four rows of his solar arrays, talking about it like an apostle on a mission. Down the road are the eucalyptus trees he planted as a potential source of biomass. And not far away, he said, he hopes to install a hydrogen system, another source of renewable fuel.

via A Ghost Town, Going Green – NYTimes.com.

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One comment

  1. ianscyberspace · May 4, 2014

    That was an interesting read.

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