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Friday, March 20, 2009

Big Yogurt Fights Back

You can't take on a powerful political force like Big Yogurt without expecting some backlash. Today, Gary Hirshberg responds to Charlie Arlinghaus's column about the Bow power plant:

In recent months, many states have re-examined coal projects. Last week, Louisiana's Public Service Commission temporarily suspended work on the $1.8 billion Little Gypsy repowering project to "review the economics" of a new petroleum coke and coal upgrade in light of lower gas prices, climate change concerns and rising project costs.

PSNH has stated that it welcomes public review of the scrubber project. But all the company has done is hire lawyers, lobbyists, and public relations consultants to oppose legislation that would require one.

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