RV_ Posted May 26 Report Share Posted May 26 (edited) Excerpt: Finland's renewable power strategy is paying off as its energy has fallen into negative prices. A new nuclear reactor, as well as unexpected floods, are leading to a glut of clean energy. It is a striking reversal from last year, when Finns slashed their usage after cutting ties with Russia. into the environment around the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania. The Three Mile Island partial meltdown was not as damaging as the nuclear crises at Chernobyl or Fukushima: Nobody died because of the accident, but 2 million people were exposed to small amounts of radiation, and 140,000 people evacuated the area. The plant's owner, Exelon Corporation, closed Three Mile Island on September 20, 2019, due to financial struggles. C Now there is enough electricity, and it is almost emission-free," Ruusunen told Yle, adding that Finns could "feel good about using electricity." Finland went from energy poverty to glut in just a few months The news is a remarkable turnaround for a country that only a few months ago told its people to watch their energy consumption." More here: https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/electricity-prices-in-finland-flipped-negative-a-huge-oversupply-of-clean-hydroelectric-power-meant-suppliers-were-almost-giving-it-away/ar-AA1bFDnC?OCID=ansmsnnews11 Edited May 26 by RV_ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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