In the real world, nuclear power is safe, efficient, and it provides a significant percentage of electricity generation for many countries.
Lower LNG prices stymie terrorist-financing budgets in Tehran and lower the ability for Putin’s Russia to weaponize their energy assets for geopolitical adventures in Ukraine, Crimea, Syria, Central Asian and the Middle East.
Who benefits if California is dependent on foreign oil?
Berkeley is the first city in America to ban natural gas hook-ups in new buildings.
Bio fuels both raise the price of transportation and concurrently our food.
Wind turbines have yet to produce anywhere near their projected capacity.
The World Bank’s new chief, former Treasury and State Department official David Malpass, is showing every indication that he’s prepared to rubber-stamp the bank’s lending policies, many of which promise to harm the very people they are supposed to help.
A top down Green economic transformation would be unaffordable, ineffective and trample individual freedom.
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