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Did Spitzer specify if this would count into the 2000Mw replacement power for Indian Point he promised would make the nuclear power plant obsolete during his campaign trail? Or is the $130 million he's just allocated for security at nuclear facilities in New York state committed his administration to keep Indian Point open till there's an accident we can't walk away from?


Spitzer, like Congressmen Hinchey and Hall, as well as our dear Senator Clinton love to talk a GREEN ENERGY game plan, but they are hypocrites...lets see them all deliver on their promises where shutting Indian Point down is concerned. Lets see Spitzer and Hillary take their hands out of Entergy's PAC pocket, and then maybe they can be believed again.

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Daily Eats

Why do we have to wait until 2015 to have an energy reduction plan in place? Why can't it be put in now?


Green Living Tara

I am shocked the plans are so far away. That is important and we need it yesterday!

Susan the Eco-Broker

Great to see the state getting involved in energy-use reduction. This cause needs to be taken on by government, industry, business--as well as all of us at home.

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