Tag Archives: Indian River Power Plant

Alert 664: July 14, 2008: — Delmarva Power “IRP” Public Comment Session

In Alert 656:  Do you want a say over Delaware’s energy future? we reported on attempts to curtain public input into Delmarva Power’s planning.  We invited people speak out if they wanted public meetings and some people did.  One of the three scheduled meetings (in Dover) was kept on the agenda and the other two, in Sussex and New Castle Counties, were cancelled.  (I was especially annoyed that Blue Water Wind, which benefited so much from public support for its offshore wind project, supported cancelling the “public comment sessions.”  Remember that, folks.) Continue reading

Alert 662: The big bad guys, a sick river, some good guys, and “Cooling towers”

Many readers will know about this issue–Green Delaware has written about it quite a bit, and recently even the mainstream press has been paying some attention.

Technically, the problem is simple:  Big bad industrial sites–mainly, in Delaware, Conectiv’s Edge-Moor Power Plant, Valero’s Delaware City Refinery, and NRG’s Indian River Power Plant–pump hundreds of millions of gallons of water out of the Delaware River and Rehoboth Bay every day.  DuPont, Sunoco, and others are also offenders.  The biggest single offender is the Salem/Hope Creek nuclear complex across the river in New Jersey. Continue reading

“Delaware Energy Plan 2009-2014”–a worst-ever report?

Green Delaware Alert 645

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“Delaware Energy Plan
2009-2014”–a worst-ever report?
Coal promoted in multiple ways …
Incineration promoted …
public participation dissed …

Public comments needed by March 15, 2009
(see below for suggestions)
Defend Delaware’s laws against incineration!

“Take Action on the Ash Pile at Indian River Power Plant”

Supporters of Bill Zak’s appeal of the DNREC coal ash dump permit for the Indian River Power Plant have produced this action alert:

Take Action on the Ash Pile at Indian River Power Plant

The Environmntal Appeals Board hearing is scheduled for March 10 at 9:00 in the DNREC Auditorium at 89 Kings Highway in Dover.