Cogeneration plants to the rescue

Cogeneration plants kept the lights on and the water hot at New York University and a high-rise housing complex in the Bronx during Hurricane Sandy. "[G]iven the role natural gas played in keeping the lights on in otherwise darkened parts of the city after this storm, it’s clear that this resource can play an important part in building a robust, resilient and flexible electricity and energy grid for the city and region.," Andrew Revkin writes.

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