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US Nuclear Plants Ready to Prove Their Value – Again – This Winter

As the first blast of winter 2016 jolts much of the nation this week, nuclear power plants’ reliable generation of large amounts of electricity will help keep our homes warm, dry and well-lit.

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With another mild winter occurring across the US, this selling point of nuclear power misses the target.  On the flipside, I would expect air-conditioning needs to boom again this summer.  I see Southern California has gotten creative with energy needs. Having Sempra Energy line the California border in Mexico with power plants takes care of long transmission problems from Oregon and Arizona. Clean Air Issues? Not our plant problems. Blame Mexico. Need for cheap nuclear power from Diablo and San Onofre?  Can't be cheaper than mexican power.  Put your heads in the sand Californians and fire up the air-conditioners.  Expect Arizona and Texas to follow suit (right over Trump's wall.)

http://www.dallasnews.com/business/energy/2016/03/23/cash-hungry-u.s.-power-producers-lured-by-mexico-energy-reforms

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With another mild winter occurring across the US, this selling point of nuclear power misses the target.  On the flipside, I would expect air-conditioning needs to boom again this summer.  I see Southern California has gotten creative with energy needs. Having Sempra Energy line the California border in Mexico with power plants takes care of long transmission problems from Oregon and Arizona. Clean Air Issues? Not our plant problems. Blame Mexico. Need for cheap nuclear power from Diablo and San Onofre?  Can't be cheaper than mexican power.  Put your heads in the sand Californians and fire up the air-conditioners.  Expect Arizona and Texas to follow suit (right over Trump's wall.)

http://www.dallasnews.com/business/energy/2016/03/23/cash-hungry-u.s.-power-producers-lured-by-mexico-energy-reforms

does not your referenced article focus selling power to Mexico as opposed to buying power from Mexico?

been there, dun that,... the doormat to hell does not read "welcome", the doormat to hell reads "it's just business"

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..."San Diego-based Sempra Energy, which owns a plant in Mexico that’s been supplying power to the California grid over the past decade, according to Cenace."

 


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