Because renewable energy is less expensive than in the past the city can now purchase equivalents for all electrical needs. This is municipal use and not all users. Continue reading
Category Archives: Clean energy
Concerned about the planet, the EPA plans to make human’s pay.
Every day I get up and my wife tells me the EPA did something to make me mad.
Got a message from the boss of JunkScience.com. He is, like me, a fan of Viv Forbes, a reason why Americans should love Aussies.
The crusaders against the Keystone XL pipeline promised they were going to use alternative energy.
Charles Battig MD is a distinguished anesthesiologist and electrical engineer.
Four dead Irish thoroughbreds are signs that they must be kept at a safe distance from wind turbines. Continue reading
Now an alternative energy project in Nevada burns birds out of the air.
These enviros are monsters. First the turbines, now the mirrors.
Actions by government have consequences.
There is some blow hard named Brulle, a sociologist from Drexel U in Philly (gee, wonder if he’s a lefty?) who claims that 1 billion is being spent by eveeeel capitalists in opposition to warmers.
Damn it, so far, none of that money has gotten to me and I fight the warmers all the time.
I read and enjoyed this wonderful Swiftian essay this AM at American Thinker, then Milloy sent it to me with a positive comments.
Viv Forbes gets my vote as best essayist I have enjoyed in a long time.
The EPA and greenie crusade is intended to eliminate coal.
Energetic morons indeed, but coal ain’t killin nobody, in fact it will keep things going.
Efficiently and cleanly.
I asked a friend, Sel Graham, attorney, petrol reserves engineer, also a West Pointer, to look into the report of John Cruden returning to DOJ work for the EPA.
Buffett’s or Gate’s trains would produce more carbon dioxide than a pipeline.
Fracking isn’t causing high anxiety?
Are the Luddites worn out?
So what chance do you think the public has to make EPA stop its climate/carbon dioxide campaign?
All this anti fracking advocacy–and anti Keystone XL pipeline agitation certainly is funded by someone.
Here’s some stuff to consider on the fracking debate. Saudis have a dog in the fight.
There are two speeches from the last ten years that stand out in my mind.
One was the speech Tony Blair gave to the Joint Session of Congress–why did I have to wait for a Brit to explain the greatness of America?
Then a few years ago Chris Monckton, Viscount of Brenchley, another Brit, gave a wonderful speech at one of the Heartland Climate Conferences and I got really misty and choked up to hear him talk with such affection about my homeland and its people.
Paul Driessen writes a regular column for Townhall, and is an ally of those who propose sensible policy on energy and environment issues. He and I agree with few quibbles.
He is a spokesperson and writer for Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) that pushes back on fanatic enviros with a particular emphasis on the negative impact of environmentalist nonsense on the welfare of 3rd World people.
Duke Energy has been installing windmill farms in numerous areas, including Wyoming. It seems that when birds hit the twirling blades, the results are pretty one sided.
Quoting from a Duke press release: “Duke Energy Renewables, a commercial business unit of Duke Energy, today announced it has reached a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) regarding the deaths of golden eagles and other migratory birds at two of Duke Energy’s wind generation sites in Wyoming.”