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By Marlene Cimons
When the conversation turns to sources of clean renewable energy, evaporation usually isn't the first thing to come up, if at all.
Yet scientists think evaporation from U.S. lakes and reservoirs could generate almost 70 percent of the power the nation produces now. Even better, it could meet demand both day and night, solving the intermittency problems posed by solar and wind.