California’s Gradual Power Nationalization Plan

So far, deaths associated with California’s San Fernando Valley area wildfire has climbed to 3 and, unfortunately, the fire still burns. Thankfully, the fire has moved to areas not occupied by residents which will make controlling and suppressing it easier. However, with the outcry resulting from Pacific Gas and Electric’s decision to cut off power…

Rural California Counties Hit Hard by Power Outages

The state of California penalizes the state’s utility companies, like Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), by holding them strictly liable resulting from any mishap with the company’s service area. For example, any outbreaks of wildfires resulting from sparks from company power lines hitting each other due to high winds or a tree limb blown into…

Evironmentalists Seek To Sink Colombia into Poverty

According to the Colombia’s Oil and Mining Minister, Maria Fernanda Suarez, her country could be on the verge of an energy and financial crisis. According to Colombia Reports, Colombia’s high court upheld a temporary ban on fracking resulting from a lawsuit an environmentalist lawyer initiated before the Colombian courts last year. After the court’s decision,…

Environmentalists Oppose Nevada Solar Project

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…