The pursuit of solar and wind power comes with a steep price.
As fast as developers seek approval for new renewable energy projects, people opposed to having their predominantly rural communities invaded by transmission lines, wind turbines, and solar arrays mount a counterattack.
Passing electricity through a filament in a vacuum should not be a crime.
Short range, decaying batteries, lack of places to charge, and cold weather failure make electric cars a tough sell at market prices.
“Biogas,” is increasingly being produced from cow manure and other animal waste.
Governor Newsom should know California is the only state in the union that currently imports most of its crude oil energy from foreign countries.
In its never-ending war to demonstrate political correctness in the era of “climate change,” California lawmakers are demonstrating their ignorance of economics and resource allocation and angering voters across the nation in the process.
Biofuels are unsustainable in every way, but still demand – and get – preferential treatment.
Sure, the wind blows intermittently, but what if wind power actually contributes to global warming?
The same wind turbines that are causing reports of severe health harms to people around the world appear to be having a similar or more severe impact on dogs and other animals
Wind turbines are explicitly permitted to kill without penalty bald eagles and other iconic, protected American birds in staggering numbers.
Not long ago life was cold, dim and unhealthy.
Energy independence ACHIEVED. Who wants to ruin that?
One of the major “burning issues” of the day is whether burning wood as biomass is green – or at least green enough.
Wind energy is expensive, intermittent, inefficient, highly subsidized, born from the dirtiest strip mines on Earth and kills birds. When they wear out they can't be recycled.