Radical Energy Breakthroughs—Without the Risk
Among the greatest revolutions of the modern world is one that most of us take for granted: electrification. When we flip on the light switch, turn on the TV, or plug in our cell phones, power is there, 99.99% of the time. But not long ago, that wasn’t the case. As late as the 1930s, nine out of 10 rural homes in the U.S. did not have electricity.