2020 Global Energy Data Shows Fossil Fuels Completely Dominate World Energy Use

The world’s developing nations completely dominate global energy use and emissions and are unwaveringly committed to future economically driven increased use of fossil fuels for energy growth with resulting future…

Logistics and Costs for Australia to Achieve Net Zero Carbon Dioxide Emissions by 2050

Massive industrial and economic disruption. Unreliable energy. Higher energy prices reducing Australia’s international competitiveness.

The Guardian Demands More Nuclear Power to Fight Climate Change, Slams Plant Closures

According to The Guardian, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Closure of Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant was a big step backwards in the battle to reduce CO2 emissions.

Summary UK Weather Dependent Renewables: 2019

As Government imposes more Renewables onto the Power industry, Power supply managers face major problems, as Political decisions insist on the impractical collection dilute and irregularly intermittent “Renewable Energy”. The…

The Day After Tomorrow: Renewables Fail Edition

Guest “The best laid plans of mice and men…” by David Middleton Note: I had originally titled this post, The Day After Tomorrow: ERCOT Fail Edition, and ERCOT did fail.…

Road to Climate Neutrality

“In addition to the energy sector, the climate debate also needs a transition. From ideology and wishful thinking, to facts, figures and rationality.”

An Upbeat Look at Nuclear with Rod Adams

Robert Bryce’s Power Hungry podcast has a excellent interview with longtime nuclear energy blogger and podcaster Rod Adams. It’s almost two hours and has rather few views so I thought…

Nuking the anti-nuke crowd

How has the Trump Administration fared in meeting the multiple challenges that have slowed the growth of nuclear energy in the U.S. to a near-halt? And what are the prospects…

German Renewable Energy Insanity: Shutting Down a 5 Year Old Coal Plant, No Plan to Fill the Energy Gap

According to the German climate website Kalte Sonne, the renewables obsessed German and city of Hamburg governments intend to shut down local coal and nuclear power plants, but have no…

The future of nuclear: power stations could make hydrogen, heat homes and decarbonise industry

Nuclear power has provided low-carbon electricity to the UK for over 60 years and today it generates 17% of the country’s electricity. Until mid-2018, 15 nuclear reactors were the country’s…

10 of 10 “highest-generating U.S. power plants were” not renewables.

Guest “No energy transition for you!” by David Middleton SEPTEMBER 25, 2020In 2019, 9 of the 10 highest-generating U.S. power plants were nuclear plants According to U.S. Energy Information Administration…

Californian Blackout Fury: “It’s Not Just the Heat, It’s Also the Anti-Nuclear Power Stupidity”

The utter failure of renewables to deliver during the Californian heatwave appears to be creating a surge of interest in reliable energy.

Green California Has the Nation’s Worst Power Grid

When high temperatures caused customer demand to exceed the power available, California electrical utilities used rotating outages to force a reduction in demand. The California grid is the worst in…

3D-printed nuclear reactor promises faster, more economical path to nuclear energy

DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory OAK RIDGE, Tenn., May 11, 2020 — Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory are refining their design of a 3D-printed nuclear reactor…

“False Humility Will Not Save the Planet”

Guest post by David Middleton When I first saw this headline, I thought I was going to have fun ridiculing it… But once I started reading it, I realized that…

Energy-starved Africa looks to India for nuclear reactors

From live mint Updated: 18 Nov 2019, 12:55 AM IST Utpal Bhaskar climate change has affected Africa’s conventional hydropower generation capacity As demand load is low, India’s pressurized heavy water reactor of 220MW unit…

New DOE and NRC Agreement Will Lead to Faster Deployment and Licensing of U.S. Nuclear Technologies

From The Office of Nuclear Energy Office of Nuclear Energy New DOE and NRC Agreement Will Lead to Faster Deployment and Licensing of U.S. Nuclear Technologies October 16, 2019 Home…

CNN Democratic climate gabfest displays candidate’s monumental energy ignorance

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin The stupendous display of global energy and emissions ignorance by the Democratic Party Presidential candidates on CNN’s climate alarmist gabfest was nothing short of astounding.…

Democrats’ Curious Disdain for Nuclear Power

From The National Review By Robert Bryce May 30, 2019 4:21 PM Climate change is the No. 1 issue for Democrats, with a recent poll showing 82 percent of Democratic…

Environmentalist Tells Tucker Carlson: Renewables Can’t Save The Planet

From The Daily Caller Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator Environmental activist Michael Shellenberger explained to Fox News host Tucker Carlson that it’s not possible to shift the country’s grid completely…

New York Times Article Conclusively Proves That Climate Change “Crisis” is 100% Politics!

Guest satire by David Middleton Protesters Jeer as Trump Team Promotes Coal at U.N. Climate Talks By Lisa Friedman and Brad Plumer Nov. 13, 2017 BONN, Germany — The Trump…

DOE Secretary Rick Perry: “Resiliency Pricing Rule” for Coal-fired and Nuclear Power Plants

Guest post by David Middleton DOE = United States Department of Energy FERC = Federal Energy Regulatory Commission OCT 2, 2017 Rick Perry Directs FERC To Complete Final Action On…

NASA to Test Fission Power for Future Mars Colony

By Irene Klotz, Space.com Contributor, Original Story on Space.com Here An artist’s impression of a nuclear power system, consisting of four separate fission reactors, for Mars habitats. Credit: NASA/Kilopower As…

Climate Changers Endorse Nuclear Power – Why Now?

Guest essay by Joseph Somsel Go back and re-watch Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth from 2006 and you’ll find that he never once voices the word “nuclear” although there is a…