Nuclear fills our electricity needs

To the editor:

The anti-nuke crowd has been successful in closing Maine Yankee and are now after Vermont Yankee. Is Seabrook next?

We need an interim source of electricity until we have the time necessary to figure out a new way to generate electricity and reduce/eliminate our dependence on Middle East and other foreign energy. It seems nuclear is the only system that can do it.

It may be of interest to know that the Canadians are way ahead of us. They are constructing another nuclear generating plant near St. John, New Brunswick. The second one at that site. Do they need the additional electricity? No, they are going to sell it to us.

Donald Bradley

Categories: Cook on Concord