FirstEnergy Plans $200 Million Plant Conversion To Biomass
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#1 Apr 1, 2009
Our Attorney General is claiming credit for spending $200 million, and it won't produce any additional power ... just save coal, of which we have plenty. It's unlikely that you'll be reading any scientific studies of pollution before conversion and pollution after conversion to verify the benefit of the investment. Most knowledgeable people think that modern nuclear power generation is the best way to go if we want to replace oil as a fuel source.
#2 Apr 2, 2009
Coal my friend, is the topic here not oil, and everyone knows coal even in the cleanest combustion method available is the dirtiest and most air polluting source of energy we as a nation have, it is not even arguable that it is not. Read the history of coal burning and you may learn , then again maybe you won't...
#3 Apr 2, 2009
Wonder how much power rates will be going up for this crap
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