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A Miraculous Turn of Events

A Miraculous Turn of Events

    By Paul Driessen Never in my wildest dreams did I envision a day when I’d agree with anything filmmaker Michael Moore said – much less that he would agree with me. But mirabile dictu, his new film, Planet of the Humans, is as devastating an indictment of wind, solar and biofuel energy as anything I […]

SoCalGas Proposes Renewable Gas in Pipelines

SoCalGas Proposes Renewable Gas in Pipelines

By Sheryl Hamlin At the March 4, 2020 Santa Paula City Council meeting, Maria Ventura, Public Affairs Manager Southern California Gas, presented a path to sustainability, using the SoCalGas pipelines delivering renewable gas either by biomethane or power-to-gas. In using either of these methods, she said, cities would make strides toward the regulatory environment for […]

A Wind Turbine’s Blades Fly Off In New York City, Crushing A Billboard And Vehicle

A Wind Turbine’s Blades Fly Off In New York City, Crushing A Billboard And Vehicle

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER . Blades from a massive wind turbine crumpled to the ground Monday, smashing a car flat and damaging another piece of infrastructure, authorities said. “This shouldn’t have been put up so hastily. A wind turbine should not be able to be taken down by the wind,” state Sen. Jamaal Bailey said during a […]

How to Opt out of the Clean Power Alliance 100% renewable rate resulting in a 9% monthly bill increase.

How to Opt out of the Clean Power Alliance 100% renewable rate resulting in a 9% monthly bill increase.

Phil Molina, Oxnard Treasurer . Ed. note: It is our understanding that SCE power customers (in 31 jurisdictions in LA and Ventura Counties) will be automatically enrolled in the 100% “clean” power alliance plan and will be billed at higher rates, UNLESS they specifically opt out. Most cities in the county have voted to include their […]

Global Warming Is Not Damaging Our World – The Global Warming Movement Is

Global Warming Is Not Damaging Our World – The Global Warming Movement Is

  By Jay Lehr and Tom Harris For many of the entities driving the global warming debate, the goal has never been about climate. Their long-term goal is to unite the world under a single socialistic government in which there is no capitalism, no democracy, and, ultimately, no freedom. United Nations’ treaties such as the […]

Taxes and Housing Prices

Taxes and Housing Prices

  By Richard Colman, California Political News and Views   Anecdotal evidence coming from Silicon Valley goes like this:  A family earning $300,000 a year may not be able to obtain a loan for a house. Silicon Valley, which is about 40 miles south of San Francisco, is the home of many high-technology companies such as […]

Renewable energy – by royal decree!

Renewable energy – by royal decree!

  By Paul Driessen In 2016, Missouri generated 96.5% of its electricity with fossil fuel and nuclear power, 1.6% with hydroelectric, and just 1.5% with wind and solar. The St. Louis Metro Area did roughly the same. But now, by royal decree, the St. Louis City Crown has made it clear, the climate must be […]

Yet another renewable energy boondoggle

Yet another renewable energy boondoggle

. By Paul Driessen Croplands, habitats, taxes, family budgets, safety sacrificed to enrich politically connected few?   Wilkinson Solar has filed papers requesting permits for a 74-megawatt solar electricity facility about 35 miles east of Greenville, NC. If approved, 288,120 solar panels would blanket 600 acres (0.94 square miles) of now scenic, serene farmland next door to […]

Beer Giant Commits to 100% Renewable Energy

Beer Giant Commits to 100% Renewable Energy

Anheuser-Busch InBev has just announced their commitment to becoming 100% dependent on renewable energy sources by 2025. 75% to 85% of the electricity is planned to be provided through direct power purchasing agreements, while the rest is expected to come from on-site power sources like solar panels. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ data-ad-slot=”1313712966″> The strategy, which will reportedly […]

OffShore Wind Energy in California: First Permit Request Filed

OffShore Wind Energy in California: First Permit Request Filed

By Sheryl Hamlin Triggered by a lease application from Trident Winds in January 2016, Governor Brown requested the formation of the California Renewable Energy Task Force, whose first meeting was held in conjunction with the BOEM (Bureau of Ocean Energy Management), a federal energy agency, in October 2016. The lease request was submitted to BOEM […]

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