….“But they are mere pickpockets compared with another secretive conspirator lurking at the fringes of the energy system. If GE engineers have their way, it may be making its last stand. Electric utilities have relied on it for the last 50 years. Known as sulfur hexafluoride, or SF6, the gas is a good insulator, and the energy industry has been using it to insulate high-voltage components in substations.”…..
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