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  1.  Seems to me that there is the additional advantage that putting in the infrastructure for moving the power around would be incredibly easy. (Along the tracks?)  

  2. And, well, there could be linkages back to this 'spine' of a power grid.  

  3. And, as we electrify the rails ever more, the wind turbines could help power the transportation grid.

  4.  Finally, the rails could become the backbone of a HVDC grid, with the wires going underground within the railroad right of ways.


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by a siegel (siegeadATgmailIGNORETHISdotPLEASEcom) on Sun Dec 2nd, 2007 at 09:35:45 PM EST

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