That wind and solar are cheaper is at best a half truth, more like an eighth truth.
The Black Hole of environmental impact assessment because once you get in, you cannot get out.
We are talking about visible sources of heat contamination, many just a few feet from the contaminated thermometer.
The Virginia wind-versus-whales story has taken a turn for the worse. Worse for the severely endangered Right Whales that is.
These 70 ton whales migrate through offshore Virginia twice a year, making the impact of these proposed huge offshore wind projects a serious question.
The massive offshore wind (OSW) project proposed by Dominion Energy may pose a serious threat to the endangered North Atlantic Right Whale population.
EPA is stuck. What they will now do is anybody's guess. Enjoy their dilemma!
It looks like wind generators will have to be redesigned specifically to withstand hurricanes.
Now we have a wonderful analysis of the long term storage requirements for making solar and wind reliable. As expected the numbers are enormous.
There are 93 Reliability Standards that have been approved by FERC. It looks like none of them has anything to do with controlling the adverse impact of renewables upon reliability.
Energy policy needs to be based on sound engineering estimates, not wishful fantasies.
The North American Electric Reliability Corporation, or NERC for short (rhymes with jerk), recently released a report warning of likely blackouts across much of America this summer.
We are part of what is called the carbon cycle, which is the cycle of life.
The federal National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is deeply flawed and nothing like the "National Report Card" it claims to be.
I am here putting the word out, so that others may sign. It is a powerful statement of skepticism.