"The New England electricity market will rapidly worsen, requiring further out-of-market actions to adequately compensate generators in order to preserve grid reliability... State subsidies will beget reliability subsidies, driving consumer costs ever higher and doing away with future market-based investments for new or existing power generation."
Why is the US EPA still determined to control plant food and drive up electricity prices? By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris
Legislators in the California Assembly passed a zero-carbon bill on Tuesday, putting the state one step closer toward an unprecedented new mandate for emissions-free electricity.
CFACT was proud to contribute to this New Orleans event which revealed much of what has been hidden from the energy debate.
CFACT's Bonner Cohen explains Russian covert support for and influence over the environmental movement at Heartland's America First energy conference in New Orleans. WATCH NOW.
Former President Barack Obama’s DOE expanded the class of bulbs covered by a 2007 lightbulb ban to include bug lights, three-way bulbs, “rough service lamps,” and some decorative bulbs, such as globe-shaped bulbs. Obama’s decision came in January 2017 and roped in bulbs that had previously been exempt from the ban.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry declares that American energy independence may finally be at hand!
The wind and solar power industries each receive such enormous taxpayer subsidies that all other energy industries combined do not receive as much taxpayer pork as either wind or solar power alone. Big renewable has no interest in sharing.
The Northeast pays 56 percent more for its energy than the national average and has little to show for it.
The US Energy Department is still running one of the top drivers of alarmist science for the United Nations.
Trump’s move to remove California’s ability to set its own standards will likely result in a protracted lawsuit battle.
African Development Bank breaks with anti-fossil fuel banks to fund coal power, prosperity.
The Obama administration may be gone, but its policies are still doing harm.
"We will be the largest producer in the world on oil and gas. The economy is driven by energy. That’s not just gasoline in your car but manufacturing, as well.”
California officials have plowed more than half a billion taxpayer dollars into various campaigns designed to help citizens afford electric vehicles while others must wrestle with the state’s gas prices.