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Finding the sweet spot for hybridization

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ChristopherJames
ChristopherJames
10/10/2018 3:52:19 AM
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While it's good for us to explore the technology and circuitry for hybridization, I can't help but feel it's a bit redundant. How long will we be in this state of limbo between 2 energy sources until we start to look at conversion entirely to one or the other in order to be more efficient? And when that happens, will the equilibrium change as we become more efficient in using one more energy source over the other?

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