Can nuclear fusion power the future? CFACT is exploring arguments for and against fusion's viability. Dr. Jay Lehr weighs in with severe doubts.
Large-scale storage is only an insignificant part of the electrical power industry and doomed to remain so for decades to come. Intermittent wind and solar remain a foolish energy choice.
The only winner in the renewable energy sweepstakes is BIG Government.
Those who believe in the existence of adequate non-fossil alternatives essential to achieve a "carbon-neutral" U.S. — much less global — energy balance anytime soon, or at any cost, are dreadfully misguided.
Anti-development policies, land-use sterilisation, climate alarmism and green law-fare are destroying the future.
Having hitched their wagon to the unicorn of climate catastrophe, the Democrat candidates for president are caught between a rock and a very hard place.
Reset the demand for reliable & affordable electricity
The Trump administration has officially ended Obama’s war on coal. CFACT Collegians attend in support.
They had never seen a company ask for tax abatements when its project would create only two full-time jobs.
The Navajo Nation posted this press release last week as they brace for massive financial and job losses when the largest coal plant in the western United States closes in December.
Intermittent wind and solar can't keep the shelves stocked and people moving.
The Inductance Energy Corporation (IEC) believes they have found such a remarkable source --- and it involves the use of magnets.
The intermittent nature of wind and solar means they often won't be there when needed.
If emissions are your thing, here's how to reduce them drastically.
Should America follow Venezuela's example and nationalize industry? How'd that work out for them?