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.
The radical Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) have been adopted by 20 states.
The new and so-called Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are now law for about a third of American children.
The Virginia electric power regulator, the State Corporation Commission (SCC), has now expressed serious concerns with the project.
I have no idea what the alarmists will do as they finally admit that the 1.5 degree target cannot be met. But it should be fun to watch.
The SEC has proposed that the companies it regulates start reporting what it calls "climate related risks."
Green politicians made a big mess of the energy transition and climate scientists encouraged them with their computer models.
Tsunamis are a serious threat to offshore wind machines along the West Coast.
Dominion proposes to build a huge amount of wind and solar generating capacity, together with retiring all of its fossil fueled generators, with almost none of the enormous storage capacity that is required to make the renewables viable.
The research issue of how taking a lot of energy out might affect weather or climate seems to have emerged as early as 2004.