Aside from the fact that electricity is largely generated by burning coal and using natural gas, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District claims the move will save consumers $890 million a year in health expenses resulting from reduced pollution. An assertion which is complete nonsense when taking into account a Lawrence-Berkley National Laboratory study… Read More Gas Water Heaters Banned In S.F. Bay Area By 2027
In addition to outlawing gas-powered vehicles and nearly ending the use of nuclear energy in the Golden State, I didn’t think California could go any lower, but (sure enough) they did. The state’s governor, Gavin Newsom, recently signed a bill into law that will allow people to elect to have their body remains composted after… Read More California Legalizes “Human Composting” Because … Climate Change!
California’s electric grid teeters on the brink of collapse resulting from heightened energy demand due to recent triple digit temperatures. For the first time since they were installed last year, the Golden State’s Independent System Operator has ordered the usage of four emergency generators powered by (you guessed it right) fossil fuels (i.e. natural gas)… Read More As Electric Grid Strained, California Activates 4 Gas-Powered Generators For The First Time
Biden Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm not only approves of California’s gas-powered vehicle ban, but weighed in recently saying the Golden State can show the rest of the nation how it’s done. Granholm knows about all of the problems associated with California’s so-called green energy policies and she doesn’t care since she and her privileged, intellectual… Read More Biden Energy Secretary: California is “In the Lead” on Energy
Less than a week after California’s Air Resource Board banned gas-powered vehicles in the Golden State starting in 2035, California is now asking electric vehicle owners to stop charging their cars at certain times of the day in order to not strain the state’s power grid due to the heatwave they’re experiencing. From the Daily… Read More Shortly After Banning Gas-Powered Cars, California Urges Electric Car Owners To Put Off Charging Vehicles
California’s Air Resources Board (CARB) is expected to approve a plan tomorrow that make it the first state to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered vehicles in the Golden State by 2035. A dozen other states could follow in California’s footsteps too but the CARB will be nice enough to grandfather in owners of gas… Read More California Likely Will Ban New Gas-Powered Cars By 2035
Thanks to multiple taxes and regulations the Golden State inflicts on gasoline, the state has the highest gas prices in the U.S.. However, according to the L.A. Times, none of those facts, including a lack of scientific proof that they contribute to climate change, prevented Petaluma, California politicians from banning new gas stations within city… Read More California Cities Outlaw New Gas Stations Citing Climate Change
What a surprise! Four years after California voters passed Proposition 12 and due the Golden State’s regulatory burden has chalked up another win for the leftist’s who dominate the state’s politics. Smithfield Foods, who is the world’s largest pork producer, has announced they’re puling out of California by shutting down a Farmer John plant located… Read More World’s Largest Pork Producer Pulls Out of California
California needs water, electricity, and has serious homeless problems but won’t do anything to solve or fix them. This is one more reminder of why the Golden State is the Great Granola Bowl: The Land of Fruits, Nuts, and Flakes. PHOTO CREDIT: Image by Manuel Darío Fuentes Hernández from Pixabay
Western states get a lot of their power from two huge hydroelectric dams on the Columbia River basin located between Oregon and Washington. The power to southwestern states, like Arizona, is delivered by transmission lines from the dams are partially located in California. The power to southwestern states is delivered by transmission lines from the… Read More Feds Permit California Power Grab, Blackouts Possible
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