Of course they protest. The facts mean nothing to them and I'll bet 95% of
them have never been to that part of Utah. Sounds like the company has done
it's due diligence and contrary to popular belief to the contrary, our
economy and lives are tied to fossil fuels. And that isn't going to change
any time in the near future despite all the clean energy and renewable energy
pipe dreams out there.Drive I-80 past Evanston and see all the
windmills. They are very ugly and really clutter up the landscape and generate
way less power than a traditional coal fired plant with common sense pollution
controls on it to cut down as much pollution as possible.
Did they drive to the protest or walk? I hear the air is fouled again in the
Capitol City because of to many people driving to many vehicles.