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Every January, just after the record crowds from New Year's depart, Las Vegas refills with hundreds of thousands of people and the latest gadgets and gizmos. Electronics enthusiasts pack the Las Vegas Convention Center’s halls to see and test new drones, cars, smart devices and more. This year, Clean Energy Project roamed the halls in search of the latest in energy efficiency and clean tech. Here’s our top 5:
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by Nevada State Senator Pat Spearman
“Stores are closed. Cell service is failing. Broadband Internet--gone.
Hospitals are operating on generators, but rapidly running out of fuel. Garbage is rotting in the streets, and clean water is scarce as people boil water stored in bathtubs to stop the spread of bacteria; planes can’t fly, trains can’t run, and gas stations can’t pump fuel. This is the “nightmare scenario” that lawmakers have been warning you about.” (The Hill, May 2015)