Renewable World Energies sees opportunity in relics of prior century

From a December 15, 2013 Journal Sentinal article by Tom Content:

As utilities have sold off hydroelectric power projects, Bill Harris’ Wisconsin-based company is picking them up and investing in them.

Where some see decrepit relics of a prior century, Harris sees opportunity.

Power from flowing water is arguably “the most overlooked renewable resource,” Harris said.

While much of the renewable energy buzz centers on solar and wind, hydroelectric plants are still the dominant source of renewable power worldwide, including in Wisconsin.

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