The pictures of the ecological damage are breathtaking, but the human damage is much worse.
For a harbinger of their energy future, Virginians need look no further than California. It’s not a pretty picture.
The good news is that they forecast a steady Covid recovery. Plus there is a lot to tell us what an enormous waste the Green New Deal would be.
The Benton Public Utility District (BPUD) has documented their actual battleground experiences with intermittent electricity from wind farms. Their message is “no more wind”.
Our energy future is at stake.
Power plants with the ability to produce almost 6,000 megawatts, or about 15 percent of the electricity on California’s grid, were reported as being offline when temperatures surged.
Power blackouts that rolled across California cities and towns during an August 13-14 heat wave offer a warning glimpse of much more dire consequences.
If California’s struggle to keep the lights on isn’t already dim enough, Golden State residents should brace themselves for even darker prospects with a planned ban on the sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035.
The US Senate is sitting on what could quickly become the biggest green pork giveaway in history, but it is almost impossible to see, let alone discuss or criticize.
An advocate for carbon capture states his case. Let's take a listen.
Blade waste, rare earths, other factors prove wind is no more green than solar
We interview Gregory Zuckerman, author of The Frackers, about the shale energy revolution.
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.
A local effort to convert the public to electric vehicles.
Without all the subsidies, renewable generated electricity costs consumers twenty times more than electricity supplied by existing sources.