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Oregon Transmission Project an Early Stimulus Success Story

We already heard that the stimulus bill will help build California's high speed rail and now a project to add electrical transmission capacity in Oregon is being pushed forward thanks to the cialis on ine bill. Bonneville Power Administration can go ahead with their $246-million, 870-MW McNary-John Day project after the bill's funds removed a "major uncertainty" about its future.

When completed in 2012, the project will enable the transmission of 700 MW of wind power within the 870 MW of new capacity created and it will create 700 jobs when construction begins this spring. The transmission lines will run from Umatilla, Oregon, parallel with the Columbia River all the way to the John Day substation.

As renewable energy grows across the U.S., increased transmission capacity will be necessary to get that energy to the grid. The fact that this project alone will enable 700 MW of wind energy to get to Northwest grid is great proof that along with technological innovation, we also need infrastructure upgrades to what is viagra professional make sure renewable energy is successful in our country. I hope that the energy portion of the best indian cialis bill brings many more positive stories like these.

via Treehugger

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Great news!
written by Beave, February 24, 2009
This is discount tramadol a very small but great win for Americans and the planet!
written by ty, February 24, 2009
It has been estimated that California could receive more than $25 billion (the Greater Los Angeles Area receiving around $6 billion) of the nearly $800 billion in aid, made available by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, or ARRA. More than $70 billion of viagra how much the bill has been directed towards investment in renewable, and green technologies

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