New York City Faces Summer Energy Shortagegreenspun.com : LUSENET : Grassroots Information Coordination Center (GICC) : One Thread
However, even experts agree a severe heat
wave or the failure of a major plant or
transmission line could leave parts of the
Big Apple in the dark for at least a few
. . .
With no new large plants expected to go into
service until at least 2003, New York State,
which spent hundreds of millions of dollars
to deal with New York City's energy shortage
this summer, will likely have to spend
millions more next year to keep Wall Street
from falling into darkness.
-- spider (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 29, 2001