TITLE

Beneath your feet

PUB. DATE
April 2007
SOURCE
Energy (9781405318730);2007, p52
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Information on underground energy in urban areas from a section of the book "Energy" is presented. There is a need for energy to travel underground in urban areas since these places are busy and crowded. It notes that underground energy follows systematic paths along a dense network of pipes and cables. It emphasizes the need for strong pipes to survive decades underground. It points out the use of fiber-optic cables for telephone, cable television and Internet signals.
ACCESSION #
43827311

 

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