Rivers Are The West’s Largest Source of Clean Energy. What Happens When Drought Strikes?

With rivers across the West running low, utilities must get creative if they are to meet demand without increasing emissions.

By Syris Valentine
June 3, 2024
Don and Melinda Crawford/ Education Images / Universal Images Group via Getty Images/Grist
Syris Valentine

Syris Valentine is the 2024-2025 Grist climate solutions reporting fellow

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