This past Monday, New York City suffered another blackout in which Con-Edison pointed to massive amounts of power usage which put a strain on the city’s power grid. According to The New York Times, Mayor DeBlasio and other city politicos are not only criticizing the utility company but are even going so far as to… Read More New York City Suffers Second Blackout After Passing “Green New Deal”
The Gemini Solar Project is planned to be built on 7100 acres of land at a site approximately 30 miles northeast of Las Vegas and south of the Moapa River Indian Reservation. It is a renewable energy project geared to provide power to multiple Western states. The solar farm should be a no-brainer since it… Read More Environmentalists Oppose Nevada Solar Project
Author, journalist and Manhattan Institute senior fellow Robert Bryce discusses some of the myths regarding green energy alternatives.
By Ken Girardin June 20, 2019 | New York Post Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he wanted New York to adopt a limit on greenhouse gas emissions that’s “the most aggressive goal in the country.” Unfortunately for New Yorkers, state lawmakers took him at his word. The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act now awaiting his… Read More New York’s new anti-carbon law won’t dent climate change, could ruin state
From JoNova: A big new study by electricity grid nerds (and I mean that in the nicest possible way) shows that after all the money and pain of 20 years of forced transition Australia’s electricity has shifted from 85% coal powered to 75% coal powered, which cost billions and as a bonus, made electricity more… Read More Nearly 20 Years of Renewable Energy Means Unstable and Expensive Electricity Delivery
Michael Shellenberger – May 6, 2019 – Forbes Over the last decade, journalists have held up Germany’s renewables energy transition, the Energiewende, as an environmental model for the world. “Many poor countries, once intent on building coal-fired power plants to bring electricity to their people, are discussing whether they might leapfrog the fossil age and… Read More Renewables Were Never Meant to Power Modern Civilization
Derek Birkett is a retired grid system control engineer with two decades of experience under both nationalization and private ownership. He has had project responsibility on installation and commissioning at five major coal and nuclear power stations across the UK from which chartered status was awarded. In this talk he delivered during January for the… Read More Is Renewable Energy Affordable?
Democrats and the Left have spent the last two years hating Donald Trump, not thinking about what they’d actually do if they were to take charge.
Tucker Carlson had Environmental Progress president Dr. Michael Shellenberger on his Fox News show tonight to discuss the Green New Deal (GND) which is the Democrat’s latest stab at tackling climate change. During the interview, Tucker cited Dr. Shellenberger’s latest essay on Quellete discussing the key component of the GND: renewable energy. The title and… Read More Why Renewables Can’t Save the Planet
Australia has more energy resources per capita than almost any place on Earth, yet despite that challenge has managed to take top spot for electricity prices. In a lecture she delivered to the Global Warming Policy Foundation, journalist and blogger Joanne Nova explains what it took to achieve state-wide blackouts, flying squads of diesel generators,… Read More How to Destroy a Perfectly Good Electricity Grid in Three Easy Steps