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Environment & Science
Mon February 17, 2014
Solar power in the not-so-sunny UP
When we think solar power and solar panels, what comes to mind?
The sun, of course. So what are the prospects for solar power in areas that tend to be cloudy, snowy, and cold? Places with short days and long nights? Places like Michigan's Upper Peninsula?
Upper Peninsula Second Wave writer Sam Eggleston joins us from Marquette to discuss what might happen when solar power meets the UP.
Listen to the full interview above.
The Environment Report