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Fredonia enrolls in energy curtailment program

March 6, 2014

A new revenue stream may soon be realized for the village of Fredonia now that it entered into an agreement with Demand Response Partners of Buffal....

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bob1957

Mar-06-14 11:35 PM

Yes we could turn off our breakers use kerosene lamps and read the Bible too, like our Amish neighbors. Perhaps be a bit more simple and soften the impact of life on us while during Lent improving our religious health.

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225522

Mar-06-14 7:02 PM

Hard to figure closing the Dunkirk plant when the need power.

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joew

Mar-06-14 1:21 PM

Judeye has left the building!

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DarkStar

Mar-06-14 12:38 PM

My company actually is a member of this group, but when we curtail our usage we have to shutdown machines but it's still a good deal for us.

Now with that said, since the water plant would run off generators I have to ask, what the total cost of using these generators for this?

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joew

Mar-06-14 11:40 AM

Cracks me up that someone disagrees with a legitimate question. That there is no answer must mean the generators leave no "carbon footprint" right?

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joew

Mar-06-14 8:57 AM

Judeye what powers the generators? Wind? Solar?

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Preston

Mar-06-14 8:43 AM

Maybe if they turned out the floodlights in Russell Joy Park before December 1st they would save money and reduce our carbon footprint. It's the little things we often overlook.

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judeye

Mar-06-14 8:26 AM

Yes this sounds like a NO brainer for sure.

It also sounds like a step in the right direction to not only reduce energy costs but a towards reducing the Village carbon footprint.

Can individuals get involved in a program like this?

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