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April 21st, 2007
How to make Massachusetts the Silicon Valley of eco-energy.
Battery technology is a prime example -- improvements in energy storage capacity would enable intermittent energy sources like wind and sun to better compete with traditional generator fuels like coal and natural gas. Increasingly efficient solar cells is another. Nanotechnology, which holds promise both in the production of biomass fuels and the disposal of toxic chemicals, is a third.
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