Jan 21, 2020

Houston, We Have a Problem: Profs Say Philly To Become "Global Energy Hub"

Could Philadelphia become the most important new energy hub in the U.S.? Nobody’s counting out Houston, which still enjoys the distinction of having the biggest energy economy in the country. But last week a University of Pennsylvania professor and an associate who organized a major conference of energy experts sponsored by [...]

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