ERCOT, the grid operator that left millions without power during record-low temperatures in February, is demanding customers reduce their electricity use.
Citing climate change for Texas’s current weather or casting the Green New Deal as a realistic response to such weather is completely unscientific and unhelpful.
The blackouts, which have left as many as 4 million Texans trapped in the cold, show the numerous chilling consequences of putting too many eggs in the renewable basket.
From New York to California, local opposition is thwarting wind and solar projects seen as essential to transitioning from fossil fuels.
The Green New Deal is anything but ‘clean’ or ‘green.’ Even the relatively modest numbers of solar and wind installations in the United States today are causing serious environmental damage.
If there was ever a moment that exposed the urban-rural divide and explained the populist sentiments that follow, it was this one.
A Stanford professor is suing other scientists for critiquing his work in favor of ‘renewable energy.’ That’s not how science works.
Environmentalists scream about fossil fuels and carbon dioxide, yet they’re afraid to even mention the two best alternatives.
President Obama said we cannot ‘pay lip service to conservation but then refuse to do what’s needed.’ Conservatives should hold him to that.
The Environmental Protection Agency is making it harder for the Navajo to run energy plants that produce jobs and cheap, reliable energy. Next, we’re all paying a third more for energy.
The Obama administration’s “Clean Power Plan” is a monument to the faith that government edicts can overturn the laws of physics.
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