- H JEFFORD
- January 29, 2013 - 21:26
Elementary schools are the right place to start to teach people the best way to produce a clean, reliable, and the cheapest source of power in the world is by Harnessing the power created by a WATER FALLS such as THE CHURCHILL FALLS & THE MUSKRAT FALLS. THERE IS NO OTHER SOURCE OF POWER IN THE WORLD THAT CAN BE USED THAT IS MORE RELIABLE AND MORE DEPENDABLE THAN HARNESSING THE FORCE OF A RIVER THAT RAN FOR MILLIONS OF YEARS AND WILL RUN FOR MILLIONS MORE, AT NO COST. WIND IS NOT RELIABLE. GAS AND OIL POWERED GENERATORS COST WILL INCREASE AS SUPPLY DECREASES, BUT THE CHURCHILL FALLS, AND THE MUSKRAT FALLS WHEN HARNESSED WILL RUN FOREVER TURNING THE TURBINES CREATING POWER, THE CLEANEST MOST RELIABLE AND CHEAPEST, WHEN BUILT SOURCE OF POWER IN THE WORLD
- Joe Knows
- January 29, 2013 - 20:53
Ha,Ha, oh geez, I bet it took them a long time to explain that the power could go off here at any time, and that anybody living on this island should have there own back up generator. What a joke. Nalcor needs to spend time on fixing up the poor excuse for a electrical infrastructure in this province, and not trying to butter people up for another 7% increase!
- January 29, 2013 - 11:31
Is this the reason for hikes. Wow 11 year olds are going to save on electricity.Nalcor sure can shovrl it. NEED I guess who is paying the bill? OR in reality . HEY kids look at the muskrat falls you will inherit. BILL THAT IS
- Fred Penner
- January 29, 2013 - 14:15
Bitter are we? If the RNC or a nurse or a fireman or anyone else took the time to visit a school and educate kids then it is a community service. Why is it different when Nalcor does it? I don't know but I would think that keeping kids out of sub-stations is sort of important....wouldn't you?