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Alternatives to Indian Point

This Letter to the Editor of the New York Times praises the Time’s recent editorial on the denial of a water permit to Entergy’s Indian Point nuclear plant. It contends that Indian Point provides not 30% of New York’s electricity but 12.5% at peak, and asserts that safer, non-nuclear alternatives exist.

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