Words of wisdom

18 January 2016
Gregory B. Poindexter

1421 S. Sheridan Road
Tulsa, OK 74112

The age of developing new, massive hydroelectric projects in the U.S. has long since passed, and the most advantageous hydroelectric power generation sites are harnessed. But, what remains is undeveloped hydropower potential at existing dams.

In the U.S., the economic aspects and regulatory hurdles in existence are so counter productive to developing untapped potential it will likely take years before public and private investment become truly excited to better use hydro power.

My fear is that U.S. culture will only get serious about utilizing dams to create hydropower facilities as a result of enough people being forced to live under in-home power consumption monitored remotely, by artificial means, through government intrusion.

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