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“Nuclear power subsidy splits New York environmentalists” by Marie J. French
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“Nuclear power subsidy splits New York environmentalists” by Marie J. French

“ALBANY — Some major environmental groups are steering clear of a campaign against the state’s $8 billion subsidy for aging nuclear power plants upstate. The decision reflects a divide among environmentalists about the role existing nuclear plants should play in a push to slash the use of fossil fuels and boost renewable energy investment. More … Continue reading

“Gov. Cuomo’s upstate nuclear plant bailout will cost MTA, NYCHA big on utility bills” by Glenn Blain
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“Gov. Cuomo’s upstate nuclear plant bailout will cost MTA, NYCHA big on utility bills” by Glenn Blain

“ALBANY — Gov. Cuomo’s plan to bail out three upstate nuclear plants will cost public institutions, including the MTA, millions of dollars in added utility costs, a new study says. The study by the New York Public Interest Research Group found that public institutions will see their electric bills rise by as much as $112 … Continue reading

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Indian Point Closure Worries Local Community

Aired: 03/10/2017 26:40 Rating: NR Earlier this year Gov. Andrew Cuomo accomplished something in his home county of Westchester that he’s been after for over a decade. The eventual closing of Indian Point. He says it’s a big win for the people in and around New York City but what about for those closest to … Continue reading

“Report Shows Cost-Effective Energy After Westchester’s Indian Point Shuts Down” by Joyce Newman
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“Report Shows Cost-Effective Energy After Westchester’s Indian Point Shuts Down” by Joyce Newman

“Ever since Governor Cuomo announced the state’s new deal to close the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant after 2021, supporters of the plant, the media, and many others have been asking key questions about replacing the power. Will it actually be possible? What will the costs be for consumers? What if it cannot be replaced … Continue reading