Continue reading "Tests loom for nati...

Continue reading "Tests loom for nation's power grid"

There are 1 comment on the The Jersey Journal story from Aug 8, 2009, titled Continue reading "Tests loom for nation's power grid". In it, The Jersey Journal reports that:

President Obama's push for wind and solar energy to wean the United States from foreign oil carries a hidden cost: overburdening the nation's electrical grid and increasing the threat of blackouts.

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Solarman

Cathedral City, CA

#1 Aug 9, 2009
""It's not an easy task," said Renshaw, whose group filed a complaint in a San Francisco federal court on July 7 accusing U.S. agencies of planning 6,000 miles of rights-of-way for new power lines and pipelines, yet leaving areas with renewable energy resources "stranded or underserved.""

Without the power corridors from the generation sources, there's no need to build the facility. You've got to have the roadway in place, before you can drive the cars.

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