Higher energy costs for Americans are eminent along with worldwide ecological degradation and human right abuses from mining for wind, solar, and EV materials.
Energy costs two to three times more in California than Texas, despite California having all the oil it can use and enough to export.
Big wind and solar don't want you to know how much they cost the poor.
The rulemaking efforts toward protecting public health and safety and environmental quality needs to include a focus on energy reliability,
If promulgated, future significant regulations promulgated under the Clean Air Act may be accompanied by a benefit-cost analysis.
Policies disproportionately harm its poorest residents particularly Latinos and African Americans.
How many citizens and businesses must flee before California adopts sane energy policies?
The only things ‘inevitable’ about the ‘transition’ to wind and solar are rocketing electricity prices and unstable power grids.
Mexico is pulling the plug on subsidy dependent intermittent power from wind and solar that has been driving up the cost of electricity for its financially challenged population.
The dark side of renewable wind, solar and biofuel energy is that they are not clean, green, renewable or sustainable, and they are horrifically destructive to vital ecological values that will last for generations to come.
California avoids addressing causes of its high energy costs.
Seeking to cash in on America’s response to the coronavirus crisis its wind and solar power outfits tried to snare $billions out of the Trump administration’s $2 trillion coronavirus aid package. But to no avail
No one weaponizes its oil and natural gas resources in the systematic way Russia does.
In these trying times coping with the Coronavirus, and its huge impact on businesses and employment, the younger generations have been set up to pick up some the costs of the lucrative defined benefits that their parents and grandparents voted in for themselves.
A price war led by Saudi Arabia and Russia is crushing the price per barrel just as the coronavirus is hurting demand, putting further financial pressures on the fracking industry that has elevated America to be a net oil exporter.