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Even a cursory perusal of Liberty Consulting Group’s investigation report relative to the large power failure that took place in Nfld&Lab. recently,tends to give one some cause for concern insofar as the ultimate benefits that NSPC customers are likely to receive from the Muskrat Falls project…
bob mackenzie | April 27, 2014 | Reply
With respect, I believe that it’s too early to conjecture that Nalcor president’s recent remarks about rising costs for Muskrat Falls and the possibility the completion date might be pushed back will have costly effects for Nova Scotians. It’s very early in the construction phase and we should await a detailed information on these two major items.
I would note that if all facets of the Maritime Link are operationally available and Muskrat Falls is not, Nalcor could very likely supply energy over the transmission link from their HQ allotment at the Churchill Falls substation.
Bill Phillips | April 26, 2014 | Reply
These observations/points seem quite valid but, based on a,very recent consultants findings/report on the operations/performance of Nfld Hydro, Nova Scotians can probably expect to be receiving energy from this project anything but too soon….
bob mackenzie | April 25, 2014 | Reply
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