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4 thoughts on “Greenpeace: 500,000 Facebook Users Tell Social Network Site to Get Off Coal

  1. In the Northwest, it is a good idea to cooperate with all of your neighbors and then show your spirit bringing new and better ideas to the table. This is what made America a strong nation of ideas and the engineering base for the world. The power cooperatives in the Northwest are changing to bring a better more sustainable form of electricity. I say get the jobs going for Prineville and build into the near future a power alternative for this facility that is self contained and produces green energy back to the grid. The place of business will have to be attached to the grid either way, but to add delays would cause more loss for all involved.

  2. It’s not possible for Facebook to re-equip the local power company’s facilities. Facebook or PacificCorp could build a new, clean power generation plant to feed the data center. That would take nearly a decade and cost several hundred million dollars though.

  3. Using renewable energy obligations; we support Greenpeace 1000% to urge all parties to use renewable energy, reducing use of fossil-based energy and coal. Not only have facebook but companies large and small companies to households to reduce energy use from fossil and coal. Lots of renewable energy that can be utilized. Wind energy – solar energy – the energy of the river – organic energy and others. Do not ruin this earth; earth is where we live. If we live we want to live where broken again?

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