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Subject: Does the name give us a look at the future?
(Posted on Mar 9, 2009 at 11:56AM)
An interesting article posted on from the Courier Islander on astrology meanings gives some alternate thoughts about the origins of a name like Plutonic ...

"Surely a corporation chooses a name carefully because the name informs the world of the company's purpose, attitude and activities, and it targets a particular customer base.

Pluto, god of the Underworld, Hades, World of the Dead. There are
five rivers in Hades: the river of Hate, the River of Woe, the River of
Lamentation, the River of Fire and the River of Forgetfulness. Pluto is
also the god of wealth.As Plutonic Power is a developer of hydro
power projects in the upper realm, in the earthly paradise of Bute
Inlet and the unroaded wilderness of ice fields and coastal mountain
ridges, we can wonder if this astounding beauty is the Persephone that
will be abducted into the darkness of industrial exploitation."
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Subject: No-show Plutonic
(Posted on Mar 9, 2009 at 11:49AM)
Sunday March there was a meeting at Quadra Island Community Centre to discuss the Bute Inlet hydro development. According to an article on

"Where is the representative from Plutonic Power today?" asked Quadra's Keith Liseth. "Is this such a top-heavy one-man show that a company of this size that can build a project like this cannot find someone else to meet with the community. I find it pathetic."

Cortes Island regional district director Noba Anderson said the proposal shouldn't be considered in isolation from bigger energy issues."

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Posted by: Jimbo Jones on Mar 23, 2009 at 18:37
Noba Anderson doesn't represent me... Go choke on some tofu.

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Subject: A Response From Rafe Mair to Gene Vickers:.
(Posted on Mar 5, 2009 at 05:45PM)
Excerpt: "Many of the companies involved are huge multinationals like General Electric which, through its subsidiary Plutonic Power, is building several large projects including a couple of behemoths in the nearby Toba Valley on salmon ...
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