Dirty science in EPA’s war on coal!

When it comes to science policy, the EPA has one simple rule: Don't let the truth get in the way of our political intentions. Perhaps the primary example of this hostile attitude toward the American people is the new EPA proposal to demand that coal-fired power plants reduce harmless carbon dioxide emissions by at least 50% more than is currently technically feasible (and achieving that level is not necessarily commercially feasible). Moreover, the EPA and other federal agencies are also waging war on oil and gas drilling through a variety of mostly indirect methods.

By |2014-01-24T01:37:15+00:00January 24th, 2014|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Dirty science in EPA’s war on coal!

Poland saying “Nie” to Green demands

You've heard us say the UN's decision to have a climate conference in Poland was a big mistake. Poland is not only a nation highly skeptical of climate alarmism, but also one that is supportive and heavily reliant on coal and fossil fuels. Poland was probably not going to offer them the reception they were looking for. Now it appears some Greens are coming to a similar conclusion.

By |2013-11-15T19:30:14+00:00November 15th, 2013|Climate|5 Comments

CFACT provides expert testimony at EPA coal hearings from coast to coast

EPA has been holding public hearings on coal energy around the country. CFACT's Duggan Flanakin, Bonner Cohen, and Paul Driessen took the microphone in Dallas, Washington, D.C., and Chicago.to ensure some hard facts make into EPA's record. CFACT Collegians brought the fight to sessions in Atlanta and Seattle. EPA's new rules which, which effectively shut down every coal-fired power plant in the country at a cost of hundreds of thousands of jobs and forcing electricity rates to skyrocket -- are a very bad investment and should be thrown down the toilet.

By |2013-11-09T17:06:07+00:00November 9th, 2013|CFACT Insights|11 Comments

J’accuse! EPA’s carbon dioxide regulations would endanger public health and welfare

At an October 23 hearing in Atlanta called by EPA to solicit public comments about "reducing carbon pollution" from existing stationary power plants, Dr. James Rust of the Heartland Institute joined several CFACT Collegians in providing testimony. Dr. Rust noted that these EPA rules would be both damaging to the economy and dangerous to public health and welfare -- and are wholly unneeded.

By |2013-10-30T11:42:38+00:00October 30th, 2013|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on J’accuse! EPA’s carbon dioxide regulations would endanger public health and welfare

EPA admits no benefits from new coal plant rules

The EPA recently announced its first-ever rules on the amount of carbon dioxide that can be emitted from new power plants. But while many Green spokesmen and global warming believers hailed this as a major breakthrough, the EPA itself says the proposed rule will yield no actual emissions reductions or benefits whatsoever over the next 10 years.

By |2013-12-24T19:38:32+00:00October 23rd, 2013|Just the Facts Radio|Comments Off on EPA admits no benefits from new coal plant rules

DOE: Fossil fuels to dominate next 30 years

President Obama recently stated “We’ve got to look at the energy sources of the future.” And while he was specifically pointing to wind and solar power, it appears he’s overlooking what his own Department of Energy recently reported will dominate the next 30 years of energy production – namely fossil fuels.

By |2013-10-03T13:59:12+00:00September 30th, 2013|Just the Facts Radio|1 Comment

EPA’s undeclared war on the American people

It is not just coal whose use is targeted by the EPA; fracking technology has unleashed a boom in natural gas, but the Obama Administration has nominated an enemy of natural gas to chair the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Ron Binz regards it as a “dead end” because he too is a believer in carbon capture and storage. His answer to a non-existent global warming is “renewable” energy sources such as solar and wind. Solar currently provides 0.01% of the electricity fed to the grid and wind provides just 2%. FERC oversees much of the gas business and could effectively deter the growth of this industry with all of its attendant benefits from jobs to the reduction in the cost of electricity.

By |2013-09-17T17:16:15+00:00September 17th, 2013|CFACT Insights|3 Comments
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