Harvard's Dr. Willie Soon probed the long history in the quest to understand the role the Sun plays in our ever changing climate. WATCH NOW.
Batteries are too expensive to back up intermittent wind and solar.
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.
The extensive intermittency of renewable power makes any cost savings irrelevant, because the cost to overcome the intermittency is astronomical.
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.
What happens when – in the name of combating climate change – gigantic, industrial-sized renewable energy projects are thrust upon unsuspecting rural communities?
There's nothing "clean," nor "green" about locating and extracting all the lithium, cobalt and rare-earth's these schemes require.
Wind and solar aren't an efficient way to power the grid on a nice day. When extreme weather strikes they are outright dangerous.
Climate alarmists must prove expensive, weather-dependent energy is green and sustainable
Now we have Colorado's governor, legislature, public utility commission and power utility Xcel all lined up and ready to roll over the people of Colorado.
This 2019 new year of political climate change now finds green energy lobbies lining up to extract more subsidy gratitude from an indebted Democrat House majority.
Gambling on intermittent power sources for 100% of your juice is hugely risky... and irresponsible.
Generating utilities are proposing to go way beyond adding capacity. They also want to shut down perfectly good generators, to make room for a huge buildup of wind and solar (plus battery storage). A recipe for disaster.