Solar Fail

“World’s First 24/7 Solar Power Plant Powers 75,000 Homes” for 3 hours per day.

Guest post by David Middleton SolarReserve’s Crescent Dunes Project in Tonopah, Nevada is quietly providing clean, green solar energy to 75,000 homes in the Silver State even when the sun isn’t shining. Crescent Dunes is the first utility-scale facility in the world to use molten salt for power energy storage capabilities, a technology also known…

NASA Suntower concept

There is a Way to make Renewables Viable

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Renewables in their current form are a nonsense solution to the world’s energy needs. However, there is a combination of technologies which could make solar power a significant, reliable contributor to the World’s energy needs. But I doubt any green will rush to embrace it. How do we make solar…

Costs are rising for Californian Renewable Energy Consumers

Californian Government Intensifies Attack on Renewables

Guest essay by Eric Worrall WUWT recently reported how California had abandoned rooftop solar, by excluding them from generous renewable credit schemes. California has now intensified its attack on renewable energy consumers, by increasing fees for customers who switch to renewable energy schemes. Customers of clean energy programs hit with fee increase The California Public…