Tectonicus (Tuscon, AZ): Senators should push for cleantech to combat drought
The Arizona Daily Star, November 2021
Ben Lepley, Founder of Tectonicus, authored an op-ed published in the Arizona Daily Star explaining how clean energy can reduce water demand and combat the cause of droughts.
Tectonicus, headquartered in Tucson, AZ, works at the nexus of water and energy, and has deployed projects in Arizona, as well as across Asia.
Lepley writes, “If we don’t act now, not only will our farmers continue to suffer while our groundwater reserves become depleted, but we’ll miss the opportunity to secure our share of the exponentially growing clean-tech market.”
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