BPU to vote on solar plan
New Jersey's public utilities board is set to vote on a nearly half-billion-dollar proposal by the state's largest utility to expand solar power production, a plan the state-paid advocate for ratepayers has sharply criticized as creating an unfair market advantage subsidized by utility customers.
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Since: Mar 13
#1 May 27, 2013
For a half billion they could start building Liquid Fluoride Thorium Recyclers and truly end BOTH the energy issue AND the CO2 issue. The LFTRs would help to eliminate the nuclear waste issue too. A win-win-win situation. Not bad for one simple technology!
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