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Journalist for nearly a decade with keen interest in local energy policies for cities and national efforts to facilitate a renewable revolution. 

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This does sound a bit Bond-villian-y. I wonder about two things here. 1.) How realistic is this if the U.S. has its own problems in installing transmission lines in its own backyard? 2.) Do the U.S. and China really want to be connected to the same supergrid? 

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Bob Meinetz on Jun 10, 2021

"Do the U.S. and China really want to be connected to the same supergrid? "

Good question, Christopher. Related: Does New York really want to make its power supply dependent on wind farms located 16 miles offshore - in international waters?

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