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Science World Report: Clean energy least costly to power America’s electricity needs


Findings show carbon pollution from power plants can be cut cost-effectively by using wind, solar and natural gas. The study of Laurie Johnson, chief economist at the Natural Resources Defense Council’s climate and clean air program, Dr Chris Hope of Cambridge Judge Business School and Starla Yeh of the NRDC,  shows the nation can cut carbon pollution from power plants in a cost-effective way.

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