The goals are just too far-fetched and unrealistic — unless you want to inflict major economic pain
Developing Pennsylvania’s deposits of natural gas and coal would enhance its role as a global powerhouse and promote the well-being of Pennsylvanians.
If their mastermind green plans don’t work, it’s the citizens’ fault!
So far Germany’s response to the energy crisis is plans to build many more turbines, with talks of even tripling its current installed capacity,…
Natural gas accounts for 43% of the UK’s primary energy consumption. In comparison, renewable energy only supplies 4%.
— For the most part, it is.
Natural gas shortages and reliability concerns in New England are neither short-term, nor unanticipated….
The Green New Deal in Europe is quickly turning into a House of Horrors
The environmentalists petition to the EPA is just the opening salvo following passage of the Inflation Reduction Act (a.k.a., Green New Deal Lite).
Geologist Ian Plimer says the world is not going through a crisis of energy, but is going through a “crisis of common sense”.
Moreover, a vast array of skeptics and critics also had warned for years that Germany’s “Energiewende” was heading for disaster. They too were ridiculed and dismissed.
Keeping the lights on is a basic function of modern government, and we are close to critical failure.
Pensioners and poorer sections of society across Western Europe and the UK, unable to afford skyrocketing heating and electricity bills, will be the most affected proximate victims.
Personally, I called a local firewood dealer earlier in the week. They told me they have none left and that they could put me down on a waiting list.
Guest “They got it bass-ackwards, once again” by David Middleton Electricity operators must wake up to climate change — or brace for summer outagesBY ROMANY M. WEBB, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR –…
John Kerry, President Joe Biden’s climate envoy, is the latest government official to deliver conflicting messages about energy.
Marc Morano sat down with Benji Backer to discuss the climate issues of the day. Here are the highlights from that interview.
Guest “Everything you never wanted to know about helium” by David Middleton Free-For-All In Helium Market Could Send Prices Sky-HighBy Tom Kool – Mar 30, 2022 The gas that is…
Sorry EU, but energy imperialism needs to be demoted in the name of affordability, reliability, and self-determination.
The simple reality is that we will continue to need fossil fuels for many years to come. In the long term we will have look to develop new technologies such…
Roger Caiazza On February 6, 2022 an article of mine was posted: New York Climate Act: Is Anyone Listening to the Experts? This post shows that the experts are saying…
Dr. Lars Schernikau, energy economist, entrepreneur, and commodity trader explains in a short 18min video a new peer-reviewed research paper authored by him and Prof William H. Smith of Earth…
“It is high time the Biden Administration put America first. Biden’s environmental virtue-signaling is burdening American families and jeopardizing the safety and security of our homeland.”
That means tenants may find themselves freezing in underheated apartments all winter long. But it’s all for a good cause, politicians are insisting.