Put solar panels where the sun doesn't shine, researchers say

07/17/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Arizona gets far more sunlight than New Jersey, but it does more good to erect solar panels in the Garden State, researchers say. That's because in the absence of long-distance energy-transmission systems, boosting clean energy in New Jersey displaces a greater amount of conventional generation.

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