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Special Segment: Energy Alternatives #56547

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 10, 1979
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(Studio) Feature introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Auburn, ME) Allentown, Pennsylvania, amusement park, now partially run on energy generated by windmill, featured. Scenes shown. [Dorney Park co-owner Bob PLARR - states objectives for generating own energy.] Pros and cons. noted. Wind power prospects outlined. In Ohio [homeowner Bill RANDOLPH - speaks of wind power for home consumption.] Water power product in Northeast noted. Dams said being refurbished and put to use. Scenes shown. ME sites featured, especially Kennebunk. [Kennebunk Light and Power Phil DAVIS - praises water power.] Worth of old methods noted.
REPORTER: Roger Peterson

(Studio) Homes heated by earth's warmth said subject of tomorrow's segment.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Peterson, Roger;
Robinson, Max

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