“The implication here is that First Solar was “competing” with foreign solar panel makers in order to sell solar panels — to First Solar.” Continue reading Firm sells solar panels – to itself, taxpayers pay
It’s not named Twitter for nothing. Continue reading Alec Baldwin: Inhofe Is An 'Oil Whore'
What business wants an extra 100,000 pesky customers tromping through its stores on a daily basis? Continue reading Wal-Mart willing to lose sales over global warming
“Three of President Obama’s top energy advisors have supported policies that make it harder for the United States to utilize our natural resources and keep energy costs low. It is clear that the ‘Gas Hike Trio’ are only interested in raising energy prices and should resign.” Continue reading New Romney Video: 'None of the Above'
“They call their program Means to Escape Nasty Global Eruptions of Lurid Energy, or MENGELE for short. No, I’m kidding. That one was already taken. They’re still searching for a good name, and I’m sure they would welcome suggestions.” Continue reading Briggs: Bioengineering Humans To Combat Climate Change
2010 is now the warmest year on record, according to HadCRUT. Continue reading Climategaters update world temperature data
People want real jobs not phantom health benefits. Continue reading Saving jobs key issue at Homer City plant hearing
Reince Priebus on Face the Nation: “This president has shut down everything when it comes down to energy independence in this country. This president isn’t there, and he’s talking on both sides of this mouth.” Continue reading Video: RNC Chair Savages Obama on Energy
But not in a statistically significant way. Continue reading Skeptic Setback? 'New' CRU data says world has warmed since 1998
Fred Singer makes a few points about the ozone depletion alarm sounded by Sherwood Rowland, who passed away last week. Continue reading Singer on Ozone Depletion and Rowland: Much ado about nothing
Why photos of oil-covered wildlife are dangerous. Continue reading Boudreaux: In praise of petroleum
“In December alone, Germany installed nearly as much solar capacity as the United States has in total, fueled by the subsidies that solar companies admit sometimes made it possible not to worry whether there was sufficient demand in a given area for the power they would produce.” Continue reading Solar industry faces subsidy cuts in Europe