Dennis Moroney 
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Re: “Feds OK Controversial Power Line Project That'll Go Right in the Middle of the San Pedro River Valley; Environmentalists Are Angry

We run our entire ranch 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with freezers, refrigerators, washing machines, computers, and electric lights, and there is no power line to our location. We have roof top solar panels, home scale wind generators, and a battery bank. The technology we use could be replicated on any home anywhere in Arizona, without power plants, transmission lines, or further environmental destruction.

This Sunzia project is just another example of the corporate state buying the political influence they need to make mega millions and never pay the environmental cost.

Distributed local power production is the democratic and sustainable way to power the future. Centralized corporate utilities are a dinosaur of the past. Power to the People.

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Posted by Dennis Moroney on 02/26/2015 at 7:45 PM

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