With industrial electricity rates 88 percent higher in California than in Texas last year, the news that the San Onofre nuclear plant in is not going to be restarted is just more evidence of a government created energy crisis in the making.
Due to political pressure from Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-CA for the closure of one of California’s largest power plants, a shortage of electricity is expected, power producers agree. But they claim they can handle it. At what cost?
It is 108 degrees in Sacramento today. If this is a sign of the summer ahead, a shortage of electricity is not good news.
And it’s even tougher to take knowing my $300-a-month California electricity bill would be $61 in Texas.
Gov. Jerry Brown wants us to practice conservation measures. Could this be a Gray Davis redux? “The governor also is urging continued conservation of… Read More