The carbon cult is inflicting awful damage on the Mother Gaia it pretends to protect. Even on its own terms, it is fraud.
We shall see how NOAA responds to this serious letter of concern from the Save Right Whales Coalition.
“This is creating concrete risks for companies to go into insolvency as their significant stock will need to be devalued," SolarPower Europe said.
In response to UN calls for the urgent elimination of coal, the G20 has responded with a commitment to keep coal as long as needed, and to pursue nuclear energy with the same urgency as renewables.
Where are Greenpeace?
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"The economics do not stand up" for investing in the cheapest form of energy?
Here’s hoping for a cascade of grief for offshore wind development. It serves no useful purpose, is environmentally destructive, and costs a growing fortune.
Imagine needing government permission to turn up your winter heating when you catch Covid, or pleading with bureaucrats to allow you to heat more rooms in your house...
A just published Australian Energy Market Operator report highlights the urgent "opportunity" for the provision of reliable electricity to Australia's East Coast grid.
Rhode Island is supposed to be the Ocean State, not the Windmill State."
"... in talks with federal stakeholders to qualify for additional tax credits, which haven't progressed as expected...."
it’s clear that the American people and our representatives cannot trust NOAA and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), the two government agencies that, for years, have repeatedly betrayed the public’s trust...
Their solution to the intermittency of renewables is for heavy industry to learn to live with it.
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Until sufficient utility-scale battery storage is available, which is unlikely anytime soon due to the cost of current technologies, the ERCOT power grid and all others will require substantial natural gas generation capacity...
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