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Fast-tracking Global Warming in NY

 

 

Political Energy Sucked Up by Energy

For the last two weeks Governor Spitzer and our state lawmakers have been busy debating the merits of various proposals to speed up the siting of new power plants.

Why the big rush to site power plants in New York? Beats the heck out of us.Investing in energy efficiency and clean energy makes more sense to us than building new fossil-fuel fired plants. There are already four power plants sited, licensed and ready to go except for one thing—the companies can’t find the money to build them.

That’s right, there are already four power plants with a combined 2,000 megawatts of generating capacity (the size of the Indian Point nuclear power plant) that haven’t been built. And our leaders are trying to figure out how we can license more plants. The lack of a siting law may not be the problem.

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