“Waste-to-energy won’t bring down electricity tariffs”

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PHILIPSBURG – The electricity tariffs for consumers will not go down once a waste-to-energy facility begins to produce power from waste. That says Roy Marlin the former chairman and currently board member of the supervisory board of GEBE. Marlin also has his doubts about the memorandum of understanding former VROMI-Minister Christophe Emmanuel signed with the […]

PHILIPSBURG – The electricity tariffs for consumers will not go down once a waste-to-energy facility begins to produce power from waste. That says Roy Marlin the former chairman and currently board member of the supervisory board of GEBE. Marlin also has his doubts about the memorandum of understanding former VROMI-Minister Christophe Emmanuel signed with the Canadian company Envirogreen.

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Source: StMaartenNews http://stmaartennews.com/interviews/waste-energy-wont-bring-electricity-tariffs/

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