Community energy - a chance to make NIMBYs go BANANAs?

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Good Energy's Juliet Davenport argues emerging community energy projects can give a voice to the silent majority who support clean energy development

Whether it's Not In My Backyard (NIMBY), or Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anything (BANANA), acronyms about those who are most strongly opposed to new infrastructure projects just keep on coming....

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