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Natural Gas Is Clean, Itís Now and It Doesnít Need Our Subsidies

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Natural Gas Is Clean, Itís Now and It Doesnít Need Our Subsidies

If we truly want to reduce carbon emissions and make the biggest possible environmental difference right now at the least cost, the answer is natural gas.

http://naturalgasnow.org/natural-gas-clean-now-doesnt-need-subsidies/

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macal

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Re: Natural Gas Is Clean, Itís Now and It Doesnít Need Our Subsidies
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2017, 10:07:30 AM »



  Just keep pounding that point. Its clean, its cheap. The market has figured it out. Combined cycle power plants going up everywhere, except up in Cuomo's domain.

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ghrit

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Re: Natural Gas Is Clean, Itís Now and It Doesnít Need Our Subsidies
« Reply #2 on: April 20, 2017, 03:36:29 PM »
Natural Gas Is Clean, Itís Now and It Doesnít Need Our Subsidies

PERFECT for a new Wolf tax plan so the brag can be that the taxes will be returned in the form of subsidies with just a bit kept back for administration.  I like it already.
« Last Edit: April 20, 2017, 03:38:33 PM by ghrit »
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Rockdale

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Re: Natural Gas Is Clean, Itís Now and It Doesnít Need Our Subsidies
« Reply #3 on: April 21, 2017, 09:33:22 AM »



  Just keep pounding that point. Its clean, its cheap. The market has figured it out. Combined cycle power plants going up everywhere, except up in Cuomo's domain.
>>>> Even anti-gas New York State has been adding electric capacity powered by natural gas at a brisk rate including a large new plant being built in the Hudson Valley.  And they would need a lot more natural gas fired electric capacity if the Cuomo Administration wasn't propping up artificially nuclear reactors near Rochester and Oswego and forcing rate payers to pay extra of keeping those now obsolete facilities in business.