Batteries are too expensive to back up intermittent wind and solar.
The stark contrast between Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Will Happer says a great deal about the state of the climate change debate. It is radical versus reason.
Hydro is still our biggest and most reliable renewable energy supplier.
Our national flood control system is only half built and we need to finish it.
The "green wave" of utilities shutting down coal fired power plants in the name of climate change has hit a rock, with bigger rocks to come.
Team warming is apoplectic at the very thought that a group of scientists might examine its cherished claims.
BY DAVID WOJICK, Ph.D. Some utilities have adopted a deceptive practice of making battery packs seem much more important then they are.
President Trump may finally do something about the rampant Obama-era climate change alarmism in our regulatory agencies.
A careful read of Xcel's statements reveal they are not promising to do anything.
As with WW2, the Green New Deal will simply consume about half of American GDP.
When a vocal constituency advocates bad policy their political friends are damned if they do and damned if they don't.
Wind and solar aren't an efficient way to power the grid on a nice day. When extreme weather strikes they are outright dangerous.
Now we have Colorado's governor, legislature, public utility commission and power utility Xcel all lined up and ready to roll over the people of Colorado.
The issue is so-called "gaps" in the existing legal system, at least according to the Secretary-General's contentious report. Many delegates, including America's, said they were biased wishes, not gaps. In fact they were seen by many countries as attacks on existing laws and agreements.
Gaslighting those who correct the record on climate.