Plans for coal plant are still on track despite obstacles 060809 - The Augusta Chronicle
There are 5 comments on the chronicle.augusta.com story from Jun 7, 2009, titled Plans for coal plant are still on track despite obstacles 060809 - The Augusta Chronicle. In it, chronicle.augusta.com reports that:
A group of six electric cooperatives continues to plan construction of the state's first coal-fired power plant in 20 years despite obstacles that include the loss of four partners and looming regulatory changes.
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#1 Jun 8, 2009
Georgia needs the power and it needs the jobs. Fear of obama's new regulations puts both power and jobs in jeopardy. America has enough coal to last 250 years and its the cheapest way to produce electricity. Ban obama, don't ban coal!
#2 Jun 8, 2009
Would be nice to build a nuclear plant or two also
#3 Jun 9, 2009
Georgia has every kind of powerplant you can name. Nuclear, coal, natural gas, hydroelectric, and even biomass that burns wood chips from Georgia's timber industry. We don't need to put all of our eggs in one basket. Another coal plant and another nuclear plant would be just fine.
#4 Jun 9, 2009
Just capture Atlanta's illegal immigrants, build some enclosed giant gerbil wheels and make them run/work for their food (rice). The number of illegal immigrants in Atlanta alone will keep the South powered!
#5 Oct 29, 2012
whats the deal with plantwashington
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