Posted by wisbaker on September 12, 2012 at 13:48:21 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: OT Windmills OT posted by ldj on September 12, 2012 at 07:19:38:
A few weeks ago there was a post on here about co-generation and mandates from the government that we increase the amount of co-generation pants in the US. For those that don't know co-generation usually involves burning some kind of fossil fuel OR nuclear energy, where it's different is the heat is used both for generating electricity and to heat or cool buildings. I'll stand by my post then it's good- they'll have to build power plants in big cities so they have a customer for the heat as well a the electricity. When New York, Boston, Los Angeles and Chicago all have to build power plants in their down town areas to meet federal co-generation mandates MAYBE then they'll figure out electric power isn't really clean. As for exporting coal to China you forgot an important factor, the jobs we used to have from all that coal consumption (like steel) went overseas with the coal. In many cases in the quest to save the earth all the environmentalists have done is exported our lower level jobs AND the pollution they produced to areas of the world that are hungry enough to accept the pollution to get the economic benefits the pollution causes.
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