Six Texas Power Plants Go Off Line, Residents Urged To Reduce Power Usage

After six Texas power plants went off line resulting from a heat wave, state regulators (ERCOT) urged Texans to reduce their energy consumption. From Bloomberg: The power-plant failures resulted in a loss of about 2,900 megawatts of electricity, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas said in an email statement Friday. That’s enough power for about… Read More Six Texas Power Plants Go Off Line, Residents Urged To Reduce Power Usage

Norway To Citizens: Dump Your Electric Cars and Ride the Bus

No doubt Biden administration looks to countries, like Norway, when it comes to electric vehicle and so-called renewable energy use. While a lot of the country’s energy reportedly comes from renewable sources, most of the vehicles Norwegians drive are electric-powered. However, according to The Drive, now Norwegians will have to do even more: Electric vehicles,… Read More Norway To Citizens: Dump Your Electric Cars and Ride the Bus

Biden Energy Secretary: Ukraine War Useful To Move To “Clean Energy”

Breitbart reports that Biden’s Energy Secretary, Jennifer Granholm, said during a recent interview on MSNBC‘s “All In”, that even though the war in Ukraine has interrupted Biden’s efforts to implement renewable energy, the conflict can be useful because (emphasis mine) we have got to use this reason to become energy independent with clean energy. In… Read More Biden Energy Secretary: Ukraine War Useful To Move To “Clean Energy”

Renewable Projects May Be On Hold Due To Metal Shortages

Supply chain problems, shortages, and rising prices are affecting the economy across the board, and base metals used for the workings of so-called green energy boondoggles are not immune. The price of nickel, for example, is a component for electric batteries and its market price is soaring. Ironically enough, Russia is its main supplier. From… Read More Renewable Projects May Be On Hold Due To Metal Shortages