NY Power Authority
Launches Web Page With Information On Niagara Project Relicensing Issues
October 10, 2005
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LEWISTON—The New York Power Authority (NYPA) today
launched a new page on its website (www.nypa.gov)
in an effort to keep the public informed and to answer questions on the
often complex issues related to the relicensing of the Niagara Power
“Using the Internet, we are able to bring
information on the Niagara project and relicensing directly into homes,
businesses and schools,” said Timothy S. Carey, chief operating officer,
NYPA. “The Power Authority website serves as resource for those
interested in learning and understanding NYPA’s role in Western New
York. With this new page, there’s now a very accessible way to get
informed and get answers on the many facets of Niagara relicensing.”
The Niagara Relicensing Issues web page contains
Facts vs. Fiction on Niagara Relicensing Issues
– Provides information on frequently asked questions on specific
Got Questions? Contact Us! – An email form for
asking questions or obtaining more information.
Facts-at-a-Glance - Niagara Project Effects in
Niagara & Erie Counties.
Power Authority Benefits to Western New York –
Jobs and Investment, Tourism and Recreation, Clean Power Production,
Economical Electricity, and Energy Efficiency and New Technologies.
What Others Are Saying – A collection of
letters and comments from supporters.
Niagara Relicensing Website - A link to
additional relicensing information and documents.
Niagara Power Project – A link to further
information on the project.
Niagara Power Vista – A link to the project’s
admission-free visitors center.
The Niagara Relicensing Issues web page, which will
be updated periodically, can be accessed at
http://www.nypa.gov/about/niagarafacts/niagarafacts.htm. It can
also be accessed by going to
www.nypa.gov and clicking on the Niagara Relicensing link.