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Energy Station closer to completion

August 14, 2013

FAIRMONT — Fairmont Energy Station is progressing quickly....

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climateguy1973

Aug-14-13 11:49 AM

Natural gas may be cleaner than coal, but thats like saying a shark bite is worse then a dog bite. Natural gas still produces CO2. It is not the solution. Not to mention all of the water that is required and the chemicals needed to extract it in the fracking process. Ask the people who cannot use the water from their faucets due to fracking how they feel. We have the technology to produce energy with renewables. We have the technology to reduce the energy we waste. The fossil fuel companies do not care about anything other then profits..at our expense. Ask you Congressman who contributes to their campaigns if you want to know the truth. *******clmtr.lt/cb/wg60bJd

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jmaynard

Aug-14-13 2:08 PM

Renewables can't produce baseload energy. Period. Europe is moving away from renewables and back to coal. They poured trillions into the green jobs/renewable energy boondoggle, and it's pretty much all been wasted.

Not onlt that, but the simple fact is that the Earth simply isn't warming as the AGW alarmists have been predicting.

It's all just a ruse to get global economies firmly under government control, and the world is waking up to the fact that it's nothing but a ruse. Even the leftist press is backing away.

It's time to ignore the enviro-wackos and go full speed ahead on developing the energy that's right here in the US.

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blue5011

Aug-14-13 11:52 PM

"Ask the people who cannot use the water from their faucets due to fracking how they feel"

Please feel free to NAME one individual who cannot drink water from their faucet.

That being said, you will be the first to complain about a price increase or the lack of electricity in the future.

NO ONE knows what the future will bring. Warm or cold, hot or dirty, no one has any idea.

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