BY Dr. JAY LEHR: How do shale gas companies get to the milkshake?
Yet another bold initiative by the President to strengthen American energy security is thwarted by a liberal judge legislating from the bench.
What about wind and solar? We feel like they’re clean because we don’t burn them. Well… not directly. But, let’s be real.
"Clean" energy is not so simple. WATCH NOW.
By Grace Cancelmo: In the U.S. alone, there are about 84,000 dams, ranging from small to large, however, less than ten percent of these dams are used to actually generate power. Hydroelectricity generates about twelve percent of the electricity in the U.S. The expansion of hydroelectricity to these dams is possible.
The extensive intermittency of renewable power makes any cost savings irrelevant, because the cost to overcome the intermittency is astronomical.
BY RON STEIN AND TODD ROYAL: Can the California grid handle the charging challenges for the electric vehicles it's pushing?
By John McClaughry: In Vermont the carbon tax just won't die.
BY RON STEIN: Until we find that alternate energy, the magical elixir that replaces current reliable energy sources, we will have to admit EVERY industry and infrastructure that relies on energy from the deep earth minerals/fuels to “move things and make thousands of products” in support of global economies are increasing their usage each year of those energy sources, not decreasing it.
The "green wave" of utilities shutting down coal fired power plants in the name of climate change has hit a rock, with bigger rocks to come.
BY MARK MATHIS: The GND would wreak economic havoc. WATCH NOW.
By Jason Ross: In an effort to prevent the formation of this committee, a vicious defamation campaign has been launched against Dr. Will Happer.
Clueless fictions are being trumpeted to advocate policies which would have disastrous consequences to our national economic and social well-being.
By Mary Kay Barton: Big wind and solar are neither Green, nor efficient.
BY RON STEIN: The San Bernardino County's Board of Supervisors slammed the brakes on big solar projects and highlighted a challenge California could face if it seeks to eliminate the use of fossil fuels.