Governor Newsom’s order to end the sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035 will make California a new dystopia where people will do anything to keep great old American cars on the road.
Newsom wants to fast-track a California "Energiewende"
While the growing world’s population pursues continuous uninterruptable electricity, California pursues intermittent electricity from wind and solar.
Just intermittent electricity will ground transportation and commerce.
California's electric grid lacks so much power the state has to import power from its neighbors. Yet more power plants are scheduled to shut down.
Before 1900 and the products from petroleum, life was hard and dirty and life expectancy was short
Forty million Californians will see higher fuel costs due to COVID-19.
California remains the state with the highest cost of electricity and fuels in the country and is doing everything possible to further increase those costs to the detriment of those that can least afford it. WATCH NOW
Solar and wind cannot manufacture the thousands of products modern society depends on.
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.