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Energy business coming to city

July 31, 2013

A new “green” business is setting up shop in the city of Dunkir....

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Taxpayer

Jul-31-13 7:38 AM

Dunkirk Local Development Corp. where are you???

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judeye

Jul-31-13 8:46 AM

EXCELLENT!! This is looking to our future!! Green energy that will not only do much to protect our environment, but will create JOBS!

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PR24601

Jul-31-13 9:24 AM

Don't yap to me about creating "green energy" products until your entire operation is a picture of perfect self-sustained "green-ness". What enery are you using to manufacture your products? What materials are being mined and fabricated to create these solar panels?

Only in America would the dumbed-down liberals think that using up real, cheap, and efficient carbon energy to CREATE a non-green solar panel that converts sunlight into energy is a big win-win. It's not a win-win. You've used "dirty" energy to manufacture a "dirty" product that does produce "clean" energy. I'm still seeing lose-lose-win. Or at best lose-win.

If you then use the solar panels to energize your plant, and eliminate all use of dirty energy and product in creating a truly clean solar panel, I'll buy what you're selling. Wait - actually I won't because it will be so darn expensive no one could afford it.

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225522

Jul-31-13 10:01 AM

WOW another victory for the INKDOBATER ...... only they forgot to mention that fsact in the article. Oh well.

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joew

Jul-31-13 1:39 PM

Judeye-do you fully understand what it is you just commented on as "EXCELLENT"? Perhaps Dcroaker,Marcia,or Robot can explain it!

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concerned

Jul-31-13 9:07 PM

Sounds like all the other great jobs coming to our area like food plant waste to energy, the SUNY incubator that was suppose to spit out new businesses all over the place let's not forget Chautauqua Opportunity's incubator ( is it still in business?) and all the other expansions and new jobs supposedly coming to town or is this just another election year?????

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