by Duluth News Tribune
August 9, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Minnesota Power will get more time to decide the future of two of its older coal-fired power plants after action by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission on Thursday in St. Paul.
Tags: Business, Environment, Minnesota, minnesota power, Politics 3 Comments »
Quite obvious the Sierra Club members are wealthy and want to pay 30% higher electric rates tomorrow..
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Too bad MN Power is so small and the hippie-nut contingent so high. A well-designed nuclear plant would be an imaginary-god-send. You’d be talking about zero-emission electricity at an extremely low production cost (less costs of building the plant), and thousands of short & long term jobs.
“Everyone’s best Interest”? Did they take people who consume electricity into account? Get ready for MASSIVE increases in the cost of electricity. Or move to a 2nd world country now, to learn how to live what our future is going to look like.
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