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Denver, Colorado. Mirrors redirect concentrated sunlight for high temperature uses. : Stock Photo
Regular furnaces use a lot of fossil fuel. With pollution rising and petroleum production estimated to peak in coming decades, experts say we must develop alternative power sources, including renewables like wind and solar and biofuels such as biodiesel and plant waste.

Denver, Colorado. Mirrors redirect concentrated sunlight for high temperature uses.

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Regular furnaces use a lot of fossil fuel. With pollution rising and petroleum production estimated to peak in coming decades, experts say we must develop alternative power sources, including renewables like wind and solar and biofuels such as biodiesel and plant waste.
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