Announcing the E-Book: Voices for Vermont Yankee
Professors, housewives, plant employees, farmers and business people all spoke to support Vermont Yankee. George and Meredith Angwin gathered this testimony and published the book.
Voices for Vermont Yankee makes an important contribution toward balancing the debate about Vermont’s energy future. Much of this debate has been dominated by well-organized groups that oppose the local power plant. In this book, the combined voices of plant supporters make a powerful statement.
The e-book is available at Amazon (Kindle) and at Barnes and Noble (Nook), both at $2.99 You can read it without owning an e-reader: free readers are available for iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, Android, PC, and Mac.
You can order the book by searching the Amazon or Nook store for Voices for Vermont Yankee, or by using these links:
http://amzn.to/VZsLhR at Amazon
http://bit.ly/YVgOVi at Nook
Meredith Angwin is the director of the Energy Education Project of the Ethan Allen Institute. Both George and Meredith Angwin are available for interviews.
This is the press release I just sent out to announce this book.
I'll be talking more about the history of the book, my feelings about the book, and how I hope the book will inspire more people to speak out for nuclear. In later blogs.
For now: Here it is! Enjoy it!