Since: Oct 13

Clifton Park, NY

#1 Oct 21, 2013
Why is our power going out when we have a generator in our park, fueling other cities around us? Pathetic.
almost

Ticonderoga, NY

#2 Oct 21, 2013
The Hero Rising wrote:
Why is our power going out when we have a generator in our park, fueling other cities around us? Pathetic.
An interesting point. But owning an electric generation facility would not guarantee problem free electric distribution.

Since: Oct 13

Clifton Park, NY

#3 Oct 21, 2013
The only way it wouldn't generate electricity is if the river stopped flowing, which I can't see happening for a very long time. We can simply make electricity, but instead, we pay large prices for imported electricity.
Spike

Hudson, NY

#4 Oct 21, 2013
Whoever you are that smacked into the utility pole, thanks for nuthin'!! Lost time, lost work, and a wrecked piece of equipment. If careless or impaired driving was the cause I hope you never get to drive again for the rest of all time.
Hope

Ticonderoga, NY

#5 Oct 23, 2013
Spike...so nice of you to enquire if anyone was hurt.
almost

Ticonderoga, NY

#6 Oct 23, 2013
I think you missed my point. Hydroelectric plant = generation. Poles & Wires = distribution.
The Hero Rising wrote:
The only way it wouldn't generate electricity is if the river stopped flowing, which I can't see happening for a very long time. We can simply make electricity, but instead, we pay large prices for imported electricity.

Since: Oct 13

Clifton Park, NY

#7 Oct 25, 2013
almost wrote:
I think you missed my point. Hydroelectric plant = generation. Poles & Wires = distribution.
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Power plant- Generation (Ac)
Power cables- Distribution
Transformers- Regulation
Wall adapter- Conversion (Ac to Dc)

Not only are we paying for further distribution, we are paying for ecologically destructive methods for producing electricity, as most all conventional power plants suited for large range distribution consume fuel and produce harmful by-products. We have an environmentally safe method for producing electricity, which would still need to be pushed through our power cables and transformers, but would be more cost effective and lower power bill prices. Even if this isn't the case, we should be able to tap into it for situations like when someone crashes into a telephone pole.
Spike

Hudson, NY

#8 Oct 25, 2013
Hope wrote:
Spike...so nice of you to enquire if anyone was hurt.
Buy a scanner.......I already knew.

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