Germany’s supreme auditors issued a scathing rebuke of Germany’s Green energy scheme and even warned about its spiraling costs a few years ago. Now the auditors bluntly state Green energy poses “an existential threat” to Germany. From No Tricks Zone: “Daniel Wetzel at German national daily Die Welt reports on the latest German Federal Court… Read More German Supreme Auditors: Green energy “an existential threat to German economy”
Dr. John Robson comments on key items from the past week including the idea of using best practices to check tendentious climate research (like NASA’s temperature adjustments), the Missing Ice Problem, the Michael Mann problem and what scientists really say about Net Zero.
Last week’s storm in Texas didn’t just affect the state, it also had an impact on the state’s neighbor to the south. Over five million Mexican citizens were without power last week due to natural gas shortages that interrupted Mexico’s providing electricity. From NBCDFW: “Mexico’s government-owned utility, the Federal Electricity Commission, said its operations were… Read More Mexico Backs Off From Renewables, Expands Coal Use
A new study carried out by Zhengyao Lu, a researcher in Physical Geography at Lund University, and Benjamin Smith, director of research at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at Western Sydney University. The scientists conclude that large-scale solar and wind farms could result in detrimental effects to the climate world-wide in which the results… Read More Study: Renewable Energy Farms Could Contribute to Climate Change
Tony Heller reveals Joe Biden is recycling the identical green energy scam he pulled twelve years ago. Only this time he plans to steal much more taxpayer money.
The Hill has published a good article making the case that wind power is the U.S.’s largest renewable energy source and how it happened. Environmentalist and author Michael Shellenberger conducted a Ted Talk last year to reveal that renewables actually destroy the planet and outlines a viable alternative.
California’s rolling blackouts this summer were caused by decades of costly and poorly planned decisions to replace coal, nuclear, and gas-powered plants with solar and wind, according to some energy experts. Critics say the state’s dependence on solar and wind have made the power grid unreliable and overly expensive.
You read the title right. It never dawned on California that power storage would be necessary when the sun doesn’t shine and when the wind doesn’t blow. However, The New York Times carefully avoids reporting one crucial factor: time (i.e. how long the batteries will last). Plus also there is nothing to indicate what the… Read More California Begs Energy Companies for Batteries
With all of the hype surrounding people choosing to use solar power, Institute for Energy Research Policy Analyst Paige Lambermont explains what net metering is and how it contributes to undermining the nation’s power grid, including nuclear power.
The Heartland Institute’s Andy Singer explains why Golden State residents are dealing with rolling blackouts. As an aside, Governor Gavin Newsom promised in May he would take a pay cut after slashing California state employee salaries. To this day, not surprisingly, he has yet to do so.