Mitchell County gets $2.8M grant to clean up water
A West Texas county suffering from drought is getting $2.8 million to use wind power to make brackish groundwater drinkable.
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#1 Jul 20, 2011
This project is one of the projects, everybody is expecting from the US. The US must be a sample for the world, not as number one oil consumer, but as number one renewable energy producer/consumer. Therefore I can only congratulate everybody, who have played a (positive) role in this project.
It has to be kept in mind, that renewable energy is creating jobs not only by the sector alone. For example I am preferring goods from Germany, since I know that these are produced with more renewable energy. Additional to the labour created by the renewable energy sector, my way of thinking will also create jobs and I think one of the reasons Germany is such a good export country is that I am not the only one...
#2 Jul 22, 2011
Where is C City going to get the other 4 million required to do this project? Are there other less expensive alternatives?
#3 Aug 14, 2013
What happened to this project?
#4 Aug 14, 2013
This was the desal project that the city said no to?? Wonder when it will start? Congratulations.
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