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Re: [GreenYes] Kilowatt-hours to CO2 conversion?
On a similar area of conversion of coal energy, I understand that most of
the energy for the production of nuclear fuel rods originates in and near
Indiana at antiquated, grandfathered coal-burning power plants.

Does anyone know what the energy requirement is for producing nuclear fuel
rods?

Best regards,
Paul

Paul Goettlich
PO Box 517
Berkeley  CA  94701

From: "John Vann" <JVANN@gw.bsu.edu>
To: <greenyes@grrn.org>
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2001 6:56 AM
Subject: [GreenYes] Kilowatt-hours to CO2 conversion?


> Here in Indiana over 90% of our electricity comes from burning coal. I
want to impress on people the savings in CO2 that can result from
electricity conservation.  Does anyone know of a kilowatt-hour to CO2
tonnage conversion when electricity is produced by burning coal?
>
> John Vann
> Associate Professor of Marketing and
> Green Initiatives Coordinator
> Ball State University
> Muncie, IN 47306
> 765.285.5194
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