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April 28, 2002

Green Power

Renew * had an article analyzing green power suppliers, a few getting good marks. None of them are available in our area. Inland Energy got a fair rating and we can buy from them.

Given

  1. They are better than northpower, but not the best arenít available here yet. Inland Energy is better and available, but is not as highly rated as some.
  2. Transmission losses which are implied from long distance power purchase, even if net two way purchase cancels out over time, but not necessarily on a daily basis.

Iím not that convinced its worth it yet. But it shouldnít be long before something satisfactory is available here. It would be ideal if northpower offered a 100% solar/wind option given the customer base in northern rivers

Posted at April 28, 2002 12:00 AM

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