[ RadSafe ] Nuclear power in Hawaii?

Sandy Perle sandyfl at cox.net
Mon Apr 2 15:44:15 CDT 2007

Interesting Jim,

Having just returned from 2 weeks in Hawaii (Oahu and the Big Island - won't
give picture website URL, but you can find them), I find it fascinating that
there would be any consideration for a NPP anywhere on the Islands. I don't
see that it would be an economic decision that any company would want to
take on. What I also found interesting was that gasoline was actually
cheaper than the outrageous price we pay here in Southern California (still
cheap compared to the EU and other areas around the world). Will follow this
thread and see where it goes.



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Subject: [ RadSafe ] Nuclear power in Hawaii?


In another article in the Hawaii Reporter, our friend Mike Fox has
proposed that nuclear power be considered in Hawaii?

Regards, Jim Muckerheide

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