Data Dump: Hydropower dries up along with the rest of the West
As hydropower wanes, dirtier energy sources take up the slack
In the summer of 1881, a 28-year-old Ohioan named Lucien L. Nunn, smarting from a string of failed restaurant ventures in Colorado’s mining country, left the budding burg of Durango and hiked 70 miles over high mountains to Telluride, where he …
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