Regulators Confirm Trump’s Concern: Coal And Nuclear Closures Could Lead To Power Outages

From The Daily Caller 6:34 PM 12/18/2018 | Energy Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator A stress test conducted by the regulatory authority that oversees North America’s electric grid lends credibility to the Trump administration’s warnings that rampant coal and nuclear plant closures could result in power outages. The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) —…

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Another Look At The Fuel Mix

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach After my previous post on the subject of the fuel mix that powers the planet, I thought I’d take another look at energy use, this time by region and country. Let me start with the country that uses the most energy. No, it’s not the US … it’s China. Here…

Germany’s green transition has hit a brick wall

Even worse, its growing problems with wind and solar spell trouble all over the globe Oddvar Lundseng, Hans Johnsen and Stein Bergsmark More people are finally beginning to realize that supplying the world with sufficient, stable energy solely from sun and wind power will be impossible. Germany took on that challenge, to show the world…

“The Nobel Prize for Climate Catastrophe”… Seriously?

Guest ridiculing by David Middleton Just when I think I’ve read the dumbest thing I’ve ever read about climate change… The Nobel Prize for Climate Catastrophe The economist William Nordhaus will receive his profession’s highest honor for research on global warming that’s been hugely influential—and entirely misguided. BY JASON HICKEL DECEMBER 6, 2018 Many people…

U.N. climate alarmist global process failing

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin The COP24 UN IPCC climate conference confab failure outcome represents a huge defeat for its scientifically unsupported and politically contrived climate alarmist schemes. The failure was brought about by global energy and climate science reality. A recent Wall Street Journal article examines this clear message of the COP24 conference failure…

Texas City Featured In Al Gore’s ‘Inconvenient Sequel’ Lost Millions In Its Green Energy Gamble, Plus reality denial from the BBC

From The Daily Caller Millions In Its Green Energy Gamble Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor                                                                      10:55 PM 12/18/2018 | Energy The city of Georgetown, Texas, lost nearly $7 million this year on its green energy contracts. Al Gore featured the city in his “Inconvenient Sequel” film, which was released in 2017. Mayor Dale Ross said…