Don't just take our word for it- check the news. There is a huge, global need for Red Gopher's innovative technology, and implications like accessible clean energy will improve our lives and communities. Read on for evidence from news sources and scholarly articles.

Note that Red Gopher will begin accepting media requests before our official launch in early 2019.

We Need to Steer Away from Fossil Fuels and Towards Renewable Energy.

Wind and Solar energy is booming, and it is already saving Americans money on utilities.

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Wind and solar power are on track to exceed expectations. Again.

Renewables Are Expected to Dominate Global Power Generation by 2040

China is crushing the U.S. in renewable energy

The Energy Endgame: We Already Have the Tools to End the Fossil Fuel Age

Shell Plans to Spend $1 Billion a Year on Clean Energy by 2020

Old Coal Mines Have a Place in the Future of Clean Energy

We need new electric power lines and/or a clean energy SuperGrid.

According to this grid reliability study article, "Replacing existing nuclear with equivalent wind/solar generation would require large investment in new transmission and additional back-up gas-fired generation and/or storage (Wade Schauer, director for Wood Mackenzie's Americas Power Research).

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Reforming transmission planning is the key to unlocking as much as forty-seven billion dollars in annual customer electric bill savings

Asian “super grid” the first step towards a global, interconnected, renewable energy grid.

Better power lines would help U.S. supercharge renewable energy, study suggests.

Transmission Projects Make Grid Reliable, Cleaner, and Invest in America

Current TBM (Tunnel Boring Machine) technology is not quick or cheap enough to build the type of power grid and infrastructure we need.

Current TBM's can bore at a rate of 18.3 meters / day. Red Gopher can bore tunnels at a rate of 1,003 meters /day.

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The end is near for Bertha: After nearly 2 miles in 4 years, tunnel machine about to break through.

FERC stops some drilling for Rover Pipeline.