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Old 07-13-2009, 07:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Targan
Someone can correct me if I'm wrong but I think I remember reading somewhere that by 2001 one of the Niagra plants was generating power again and the maintenance requirements and power generated were being equally shared by MilGov and one of the Canadian regional governments.

I think that is pretty good evidence that it wasn't nuked.

Give that man a prize. The following is from "Pennsylvania Crude"

Militia forces from Niagara Falls occupied and partially repaired the hydroelectric plant, providing the area with a trickle of semireliable power. The remnants of industries in Utica and Syracuse provided some material goods. The fields of western New York produced enough food to support the reduced population.

The year 2000 saw a decline in the region's fortune as more refugees sought entrance and then needed to be turned away. Western New York was forced to share the hydroelectric plant with the new Canadian government, reducing the power available

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