Colorado should rethink its risky Energy Plan

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) recently approved a Colorado Energy Plan that attempts to substitute wind power for coal power. CFACT has petitioned the PUC to reconsider this ill-advised decision.

By |2018-10-05T08:14:43-04:00October 5th, 2018|Energy|Comments Off on Colorado should rethink its risky Energy Plan

Doug Ford deep-sixing Ontario’s Green Energy Act

The Ford government has already canceled 758 renewable energy contracts signed by the Liberals. Ontario has some of the highest electricity rates in North America and its cost was a major issue in the recent provincial election that saw the Conservatives win a landslide majority.

By |2018-09-24T18:57:06-04:00September 25th, 2018|Energy|Comments Off on Doug Ford deep-sixing Ontario’s Green Energy Act

America is following Germany’s failed climate goals

Germany was the first major economy to make a big shift in its energy mix toward low carbon sources, but Germany is failing to meet its climate goals of reducing harmful carbon-dioxide emissions even after spending over $580 billion by 2025 to overhaul its energy systems. Germany’s emissions miss should be a “wake-up” call for governments everywhere.

By |2018-09-24T17:14:04-04:00September 24th, 2018|Climate, Energy|Comments Off on America is following Germany’s failed climate goals

Utility leader: New England headed for an energy ‘tipping point’

"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."

By |2018-09-06T21:03:08-04:00September 6th, 2018|Energy|Comments Off on Utility leader: New England headed for an energy ‘tipping point’

Failing the laugh test: Wind, solar power make subsidy accusations

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.

By |2018-07-26T15:11:29-04:00July 29th, 2018|Energy|Comments Off on Failing the laugh test: Wind, solar power make subsidy accusations