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Benefits of repowering

Study shows lower electricity prices, more jobs and lower emissions

March 27, 2013

An independent study just released shows that the proposed repowering of the Dunkirk generating station would provide remarkable benefits to electricity ratepayers, as well as significant economic......

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Steiner

Mar-27-13 8:35 AM

Natural gas emits more water vapor on burning than coal. Water vapor is a huge green house gas, much more than CO2 ever could or would. On this fact alone we should do ity as it has been rather cold lately. It is the democrats obsession with CO2 that confuses people. CO2, an effluent mesmerizes a democrat. effluvia and democrats, they go together no ?

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Dcronlg

Mar-27-13 9:16 AM

Its NOT, NOT, NOT an INDEPENDENT study as intentionally misled by the OBSERVER gaggle.

The study was wholly commissioned by NRG Energy. (pssst...the principal of the group who did the study was once employed by National Grid...).

Its as if the tobacco industry commissioned an "independent study" which found tobacco use doesn't cause cancer ...gee, ya think??!?

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Steiner

Mar-27-13 9:36 AM

Lets see dc, noone including the doomocrats predicted the shale gas boom. OPEC is worried that US may export the gas and on a BTU basis is much cheaper than oil. Dc, try and think before you post. Whats with the gaggle stuff. Dc, the democrats predicted lower costs with obamacare and that aint happening. I do not hear you mocking that. You mock industry, but never, never govt.

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sabrefan

Mar-27-13 10:42 AM

it's great for the local economy,it's great for the state,it's great for business. it makes sense. that's why it won't happen.

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