Few are allowed inside a nuclear plant, or onto the world’s deepest offshore platform. But in these deleted and extended scenes from Switch, you can explore these and other restricted sites. In the film, you can visit more, many of them global leaders: the world’s largest solar plant, the world's largest LNG plant, the world's largest wind farm, the world’s largest nuclear fuel recycling center – 26 spectacular energy sites in all.
The people stay warm in this cold little country, all with zero emissions – in this deleted scene from ‘Switch.’
What should we do with nuclear waste? There are 3 options, all technologically possible. But in the United States, the largest producer of nuclear power, we have not been able to choose.
More nuclear, or less? And if not, what? The South Texas Nuclear Generating Station applied for a permit to double its number of reactors and generating capacity.
In this exclusive excerpt from Switch, visit the world’s deepest offshore platform and an urban California refinery to explore the future of oil. Look for more Sneak Previews, coming soon!
What will we make biofuels from in the future? Cornell University in upstate New York focuses on cold weather perennials, in this deleted scene from ‘Switch.’
What does it take to power Houston? Find out at Parish, one of the largest coal plants in the world.