Nuclear Industry Withers in U.S. as Wind Pummels Prices: Energy
Mar 11, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Washington Post
A glut of government-subsidized wind power may help accomplish a goal some environmentalists have sought for decades: kill off U.S. nuclear power plants while reducing reliance on electricity from burning coal.
This article serves as an example of why I do not read the Washington Post any longer. If they want to pander to big energy monopolies instead of representing the people then their readership will continue to dwindle. Good riddance!
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