In the summer of 1969, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's building-energy guru, Stephen E. Selkowitz, spent seven weeks in New York City brainstorming better ways to get hydroelectric power to the people.
A slowdown in the worldwide market caused by low oil prices and economic and political problems in many regions have global contractors scrambling to find markets that are both secure and stable.
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