Category Archives: Clean energy

Cork Hayden, physicist, and The Energy Advocate

Every month I get a 4 page lesson on physics and stuff in a Newsletter The Energy Advocate by Howard ‘Cork’ Hayden, now of Pueblo, CO, but previously of U Conn as a Prof of physics. (which keeps winning Women’s College Basketball National Championships). This month Dr. Hayden had two very nice entries on Wind and Ethanol.

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Cheap means highly subsidized when you are green

I ran across a green energy article touting Germany’s cheap, green electricity for energy intensive industries.  Continue reading

How many dead birds are acceptable?

If you are a private citizen or are not a renewable energy company the number is zero.  If you are a renewable energy company the number is try to do better and kill fewer.  Continue reading

Is the Texas success built on subsidies?

Having met and exceeded its wind energy goals, a proposal to end Texas’ subsidies has the wind industry nervous.  Continue reading

Why carbon dioxide sequestration is Alice in Wonderland stuff for greenies and bureaucrats

Here’s WY300, a regular poster here at JS–comes from cowboy country.

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Kept afloat by subsidies

The oil price collapse hurts Indonesia’s efforts to meet renewable fuels goals.  Continue reading

The EPA slams California Renewables

Renewables have to follow regulations just like coal plants. Continue reading