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New Jersey Outshines Most Others In Solar Energy

richiem Re:2% by 2012? (240 comments)

You do realize that New Jersey already gets more than 50% of its electricity from nuclear. http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/nuclear/page/at_a_glance/states/statesnj.html The national average is 20%. BTW, largely as the result of nuclear we have some of the highest electric rates in the country. Why then does NJ have an air pollution problem. Well it seems our neighbors to the south and west like to burn coal and get really cheap electricity while we get to breathe in what those plants belch out.

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