Turner's solar power project advancing

02/5/2007 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

The U.S.' biggest corporate solar-power project -- backed by Ted Turner, the philanthropist and United Nations Foundation founder -- is approaching completion. "We owe it to our children and to our grandchildren to phase out fossil fuel," Turner said while visiting the New Jersey site that ultimately will feature 8,000 solar panels. "We have to start doing the smart things, the right things, and stop doing the dumb things."

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