Editor Paula Skaggs email@example.com
2:58 pm on Sunday, June 24, 2012
But shame on the wilmeete board for not voting for the 100% renewable plan! One of the wealthiest suburbs in the country voted against a difference of $10/yr. per houshold in order to support MC2 which has a higher mix of coal fired electricity than Com Ed. By supporting a heavier mix of airborn carbon they are voting against your health. Really! for an additional $10/yr. Shame Shame.
9:06 am on Monday, May 14, 2012
@Fredrick Keady - what evidence, study, or empirical data can you cite to justify your comment that sustainability is a pretext to take money and freedom? The difference to use aggregate sustainable electricity is $1/mo. (IIT/Wilmette 2012) per household. That's $12/yr. You would still be making a substantial savings per month over current prices, just $1 less savings per month. The plan should be that sustainable electricity should be the decision, then you and like minded individuals can opt out and select coal fired electricity.
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