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BobDahler

Mod: I think he means a "coal fired power plant".

Posted 67 days ago.

moderation

A coal plant ..., what's a "coal plant", greek?

Posted 67 days ago.

BobDahler

thegreek: If expert opinion depends on years of experience, I've worked in a direct association with the coal/gas power generation industry for 40 years, and my opinion is diametrically opposed to yours. Does that make my observations indisputable?

Posted 67 days ago.

Tiredofit

GREEK do you use Stoker or pulverized coal

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

Oh my god. Pay attention and read every word !! I can see why you are single !!!

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

Repost where I said I worked in a coal mine. IDO work with coal you moron. A coal plant burns DDDAAAAHHH COALL !!

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

1st you said I didn't show where I got my info. Now you don't believe it when I do so whatever. You are just being facetious.

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

Really asknot..?? Really?? I know that was an error. You really want me to repost the other 2 paragraphs because you don't know how to copy them and put them on here?? Again. I posted PJM's phone number. If you are too dumb to believe it call them. it is a free call !!!

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

No I get flustered because you reject everything that does not align with your views. You should just say that instead of that you are open. I have worked in a coal fired power plant for the last 35 years. I have all kinds of certifications with the State of Ohio and the federal gov !! The plant that I work at is getting closed down the end of this year or the middle of next year. It was closed down by the New Source Review bill that Mr. Bush's judges passed OK. A suit that was filed against Ohio by New York, NJ, hunting clubs of Ohio and treehuggers. Some things a person is not allowed to post because of corporate separation laws.. Someone else posted that about Barry looking high first. I just watched the video and agreed it does look like he is high and YOU pounced on ME.

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

WATCH THE VIDEO OF BARRY.. YOU DONT EVEN HAVE TO READ !!!

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

The reason I posted that is because Marietta was service by Appalachian power and the PUCO made another better managed company take it over. The one you now have. That is why your bills were so high and aren't now !!! Got that ?? That was not commented on because there was extreme cold weather. One clue that I think your big mouth betrays your small mind a lot !!

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

You are just P.O.ed because I cast doubt on your lover !! By the way, exactly what are your credentials that allow you to speak so knowledgeable about the electric power industry and pollution from coal plants ??? I would like to know. You are always projecting that you are such an expert. How about you tell me then I will tell you what mine are.

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

Unlike you at least I read about and article or watch the video before commenting !!!!

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

That was all copied from the PJM website so why you calling me an idiot ???? Demand is NOT dropping !!

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

There is the phone number tp PJM. Don't believe me call PJM and ask the . Oh but your name is ASK NOT !!!

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

Asknot I don't care who takes me serious !! Especially those of you on here that are too dense to see the forest for the trees.. Like YOU !!!You can look up PJM yourself but you are too STUCK in your beliefs. so be it !!

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

The one that says energy prices are dropping next fall?

You getting it now ??? Your air is gonna be clean but there is gonna be power shortages. You seen any NEW power plants being built anywhere??

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

Because consumers used so much more electricity during the cold temperatures, their bills are likely e consumers used so much more electricity during the cold temperatures, their bills are likely e consumers used so much more electricity during the cold temperatures, their bills are likely to increase. to be higher than normal. Cold weather also pushed to be higher than normal. Cold weather also pushed to be higher than normal. Cold weather also pushed to be higher than normal. Cold weather also pushed to be higher than normal. Cold weather also pushed to be higher than normal. Cold weather also pushed to be higher than normal. Cold weather also pushed to be higher than normal. Cold weather also pushed to be higher than normal.

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

Eight of the 10 highest winter demands for electricity ever recorded in the PJM region occurred last month as the extraordinary arctic cold gripped a large part of the U.S. and all of PJM for extended periods. PJM’s new all-time winter peak of 141,312 megawatts was recorded the evening of Jan. 7. Temperatures broke a record for cold that day in several locations in the PJM region. PJM employed a number of emergency procedures at various times during the month, including calling

Posted 67 days ago.

thegreek

Contact: PJM News, toll free at 866-PJM-NEWS (866-756-6397) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PJM GRID MEETS MONTH-LONG CHALLENGES OF COLD JANUARY Reliability maintained despite extreme weather conditions (Valley Forge, Pa. – Jan. 31, 2014) – PJM Interconnection, the electricity grid operator for more than 61 million people in 13 states and the District of Columbia, experienced one of its biggest weather challenges during the month of January. In its nearly 87-year history, this January’s prolonged cold was record-breaking.

Posted 67 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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