Build solar ‘wall’ in Mexico, sell power to customers in U.S.

Mexican poet Homero Aridjis / Courtesy of Betty Aridjis

By Tom Beal | Arizona Daily Star

Mexican poet Homero Aridjis wants to build a solar barrier between his country and the United States — and have the United States pay for it by selling electricity to customers in border cities.

Aridjis, an internationally known poet, novelist and environmental leader, said he has received overwhelming support for the Mexican-built barrier, first proposed by him and James Ramey in a December article on the Huffington Post Website.

The article led to an invitation to speak at the University of Arizona during Earth Week later this month.



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