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In “California Town Runs on Concentrating PV Array”
(September/October issue, p. 16), the concentrating
photovoltaic system was financed in part by the venture
capital firm NEA ( nea.com) and not, as we reported, by
the National Education Association. We regret the error.
In “Can Wind and Solar Reduce Dependence on Fossil
and Nuclear Fuels” (September/October issue, p. 22), we
mistakenly defined a terawatt-hour as 109. A terawatt-hour
is actually 1012.
In “The Mean, Energy-Lean Building” (
September/October issue), a callout on p. 57 stated that “Every energy
improvement increases the comfort of your building’s
occupants. …” The callout should have said, “Many energy improvements can also increase the comfort of your
building’s occupants. …”
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