Grid congestion costs billions, stymies renewables
A congested grid is becoming a growing obstacle for renewable energy in parts of the U.S. and is costing consumers billions of dollars each year. Can technology solve the problem?
If Neil Anthony Sims gets his way, he'll make history by opening a fish farm 40 miles off of Florida's west coast, where his company will begin raising 20,000 almaco jack fingerlings in a floating pen 130 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico.
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