- Cold Future
- March 04, 2013 - 10:45
#4 adds an average of $450 million ($15 million in year 1 and $900 million in year 50). It will escalate electricity rates at a much higher rate that the Canadian average. We will pay and be locked in to the highest rates in Canada. Hopefully, something good may come along to offset this fiasco. Government will tell you that this mismanagement and forecast deficits have nothing to do with the money sent to Nalcor and Hebron Who can believe that- did the money come from the tooth fairy?
- March 02, 2013 - 23:10
What is wrong with you guys in NL? Put up your own wind power generation station, it only costs a few hundred dollars to build your own. There is a lot of information on the web; you can do it your self with some research. There is no way peple that live in NL should be depending on big hydro companies that over charge for their services. Get with it boys and cut out the crooks of big powered companies.
- March 02, 2013 - 13:50
And don't forget all that advertizing about Take Charge .About a million dollars a year for advertizing and "educational" support and overhead. All paid out of our power bills and has one of wrost records in the business for actual benefit for the customers. That's cost number 5.
- Corporate Psycho
- March 02, 2013 - 12:00
We ain't seen nothing yet.
- March 02, 2013 - 11:55
It gets even more murky. There's that newborn government mandated monolith Nalcor That would be #4 Marvin. Costs to us consumers are huge!