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This is a substantially revised version of the article that I posted in November 2011. It includes an expansion of the data and is designed to shed light on how much spending would be necessary to reduce CO2 emissions using wind and solar power.
 
 
 

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Edward J Jepson
Edward J. Jepson, Jr. has a masters degree and a Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning. Before its closure in 2009, he taught planning for e

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Make Energy, Not War

This is a substantially revised version of the article that I posted in November 2011. It includes an expansion of the data and is designed to shed light on how much spending would be necessary to reduce CO2 emissions using wind and solar power.

 
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