Renewable energy mandates raise Colorado energy bills. Continue reading
Category Archives: Clean energy
The American Bird Conservancy filed suit in federal court over 30-year permits allowing wind energy operations to kill eagles. Continue reading
Environmentalists think that the loss of jobs from the new coal plant regulations are necessary collateral damage. Continue reading
Ms. White was previously Chair of the Texas Commission on Enviromental Quality, now a fellow and writer at Texas Public Policy Foundation.
West Virginia’s most efficient power plant won’t meet the 2030 CO2 goals. Continue reading
The Richmond Times Dispatch says it is, so it must be true. Continue reading
It’s gonna hurt.
I believe this says thanks for allowing us to increase rates. Continue reading
Another shot of a steam plume and the Guardian takes off on project to save the world.
The Royal Australian Navy will be biofuel capable in six years. Continue reading
A new report on green fuel says that 30% of our fuel demands if we just converted the untillable land to algae production. Continue reading
The green thugs claim that Wind Tubines have a positive impact on the enviornment. Birds and Bats might disagree–but there’s more, courtesy of Howard Hayden
Commenter profitup10 recommended a note from the Global Warming Policy Foundation on the introduction of new technologies by Professor Michael J. Kelly. Continue reading
This seems to be one of the conclusions using Google Trends as an indicator of interest. A sign the propaganda isn’t working? Continue reading
Safely disposing of nuclear waste is a big issue. There are both technical challenges (which are manageable) and.. there are lots and lots of political, NIMBY, and “just no nukes anywhere” tree huggers.
The US has the “Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP)” near Carlsbad, New Mexico. It’s a group of repurposed salt (yes, as in that white stuff) mines, which have been the final destination for a good chunk of radioactive waste material for the past couple of decades.
Until… some radiation alarms went off in mid February, and everything came to a halt.
The reason? well, put down anything spillable and read on:
Renewable energy subsidies cost taxpayers and consumers. Now there is a tool to look at the programs available for each state. Continue reading
Vermont counts renewable energy toward its renewable goal and allows the same to be sold as renewable energy credits. Purchasers of Vermont green energy are balking at this double counting. Continue reading
They must have a great deal of confidence in biofuel, right? Not really. Continue reading
The renewable fuels industry protests the reduction in the renewable fuels standard. Continue reading