The military itself could become the “anchor tenant” for such a power source, due to the current high cost of fueling combat operations abroad, the study says.
Even for the military, the cost would be tremendous, and it would still not be financially sound. However, the military, particularly when based in places like Iraq, needs a steady source of power. It's possible they could fund the initial stages of such a project, then move into a "customer" mode ASAP.
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