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Nuclear Power: Needs "fixing" for country ordering, common market (Little Upsilon)

Topics: Problems: Nuclear Power: Needs "fixing" for country ordering, common market (Little Upsilon)

CorporatePartner (Little Upsilon)

Saturday, July 23, 2011 - 04:44 am Click here to edit this post
Nuclear Power still cannot:

1) be bought or sold via the Common Market

2) be ordered by countries using the, Trade: Order Strategies, page.

This needs to be "fixed" and was a gross over-sight when this corporation was introduced about an [earth] year ago. Yet another project "un-finished".

NiAi (Fearless Blue)

Saturday, July 23, 2011 - 08:44 am Click here to edit this post
You might be right, however, if NP are to be more easy to get one of its primary attributes will be diluted. Im ofc talking about pricing.

Since NP is takes either contracts or manual ordering demand for NP is somewhat reduced -> lower demand -> lower pricing. If NP demand can be kept up thru order strategies, the pricing will most likly rarely drop behind full market price, it will be as expensive as normal EP (which takes away the need for NP as a separate resource somewhat). If this is a consequence to be desired (or intended by W3C) please go ahead, otherwise business as usual is to be preferred.

Regarding common markets i agree fully, i can see no need for its to be kept apart for CM contracting, seems a something overlooked.


Saturday, July 23, 2011 - 11:48 pm Click here to edit this post
Wasn't nuke power introduced as part of W3Cs green bill?
I think it was just to placate the eco-friendly party.
The price difference certainly is nice though. :)

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