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A Closer Look (Alternative Energy) #191951

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 04, 2000
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The search for alternative sources of energy introduced; examples cited.

(New York: Ned Potter) The dominance of the energy industry by oil featured; scenes shown of solar energy fields. [In the late 1980s, Luz International James BAZOR - cited the goals for solar energy.] [Cambridge Energy Research Associates Larry MAKOVICH - assesses the newer technologies; says fewer customers will actually pay for "green power."] [KJC Operating Company David RIB - comments on solar developments.] Fuel cells as a way of powering vehicles noted. [International Fuel Cells President William MILLER - cites the fuel cell option.]

Gibson, Charles;
Potter, Ned

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