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TVA eyes a better balance

Organization idles some of its coal-fired plant capacity, works with green sources

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Posted: Sunday, December 16, 2012 2:00 am

Tennessee Valley Authority is well on its way toward meeting its renewable energy production goals.

The multistate energy provider is in the process of updating its Integrated Resource Plan, which is a guideline for energy production.

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2 comments:

  • mikedenney posted at 12:49 pm on Sun, Dec 16, 2012.

    mikedenney Posts: 708

    I can't even afford enough basic solar equipment from Harbor Freight to keep my mower battery charged, much less 'power' anything. Between the panels, the transformer, storage batteries, etc., it's very confusing, and I'm quite sure the gov't isn't doling out subsidies for that stuff.
    There should be more incentive programs, whether gov't sponsored, or private, while there's still demand and sunlight.

     
  • mikedenney posted at 12:47 pm on Sun, Dec 16, 2012.

    mikedenney Posts: 708

    So...are these two 'Dillards' related? This whole process has been expensive and dauntingly difficult for decades now, and I wonder if they're father-and-son, and maybe the son walked his dad through all of it.
    If so...'must be nice'. We oughta try, because it's so cool to start making the energy, instead of paying for it; plus, it'd be better to make sure we own enough of this tech to keep T. Boone Pickens from buying it up and selling us back the sun.