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Jacobson's original 2015 paper outlined how the U.S. could be 100 percent fueled by hydropower, solar and wind.
Like Laos, Cambodia is hoping to flex its hydropower muscles.
But even the most ambitious countries, such as Sweden, have only achieved more than a 4% reduction per year, doing so by replacing fossil fuels with nuclear energy and hydropower.
Puerto Rico's rich hydropower resources have also taken a hit.
China is already the world's market leader in hydropower, bioenergy for electricity and heat, and electric vehicles.
But the current tax code prevents their use in wind, solar hydropower, fuel cell, waste-heat-to-power and energy-efficient building projects — all targets of the Coons-Moran proposal.
The Mambila hydropower plant has been in development for over 30 years, but previous administrations have made little progress.
Natural gas generation was eating into that slice, and plans for a network of dams along the Colorado River threatened to flood the grid with even more cheap, coal-displacing hydropower.
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