Hiding renewable power in plain sight

October 2011
High Country News;10/31/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 18, p6
The article reports that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has conducted a camouflage test at the facility of a gas compressor station in Parachute, Colorado. It says that the pattern design is inspired by a military and hunting gear. It states that BLM archaeologists Terry Del Bene suggested to use a camouflage pattern to conceal the energy structures. It adds that BLM hopes that the industry will also develop a technology to camouflage the facilities that were exposed to visual impacts.


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