One in Five California Electric Car Owners Go Back to Gasoline

Readers may remember the declaration by California’s governor, Gavin Newsom, last year urging the Golden State to transition to electric vehicles by 2035. Despite he and 11 other governors lobbying Biden to phase out fossil fuels by that year, reality is smacking down the idea that electric vehicles can replace gas-powered ones. According to Business… Read More One in Five California Electric Car Owners Go Back to Gasoline

The Dirty Little Secret About “Green Energy”

With the unfortunate situation in Texas about their power grid shutting down because of the cold, one other dirty little secret of so-called renewables is the cobalt extracted for lithium batteries used, not only for smartphones and computers, but also electric cars and windmills too. The Democratic Republic of the Congo is notorious for having… Read More The Dirty Little Secret About “Green Energy”

Dangerous Cobalt Mines in Congo Pose Challenges for Big Tech and Green Energy

Cobalt is used in batteries, not just for cell phones, but primarily for electric cars. The country with the largest deposits of cobalt is the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This Wall Street Journal report shows how tech companies are making efforts to ensure mining efforts in the DRC are made safer. It should also… Read More Dangerous Cobalt Mines in Congo Pose Challenges for Big Tech and Green Energy