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  • When Climate Disaster Strikes, It’s Renewable Energy That Keeps The Lights On

    Huffington Post - 12/01/2020

    “A lot of these communities invested in public solar initiatives because they saw how vital it was to make it through the first 72 hours after a disaster,” said Timothy Fraser, a researcher at Northeastern University in Boston who spent time with Japanese communities in 2016, tracking the transition to renewable energy in the wake of the tsunami.

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