Coburn, Karen Ann
August 1999
Governing;Aug1999, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p53
Reports on the decision of Santa Monica, California to switch its power source entirely over to a geothermal power plant in California in June 1999. Increase in the energy bill of Santa Monica; Environmental advantages of the move; Significance of the decision.


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