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June 3, 2020
It’s Time for California to Follow Mexico and Pull the Plug on Renewables
The only things ‘inevitable’ about the ‘transition’ to wind and solar are rocketing electricity prices and unstable power grids.
Energy
June 1, 2020
New Federal Rules Written to Increase Electric Supply Competition in New York
The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued orders imposing minimum bid prices on subsidized renewable energy resources in New York’s energy capacity market, increasing competition for power suppliers.
Energy
May 28, 2020
Trump Administration Approves Economically and Environmentally Costly Nevada Solar Project
The U.S. Department of Interior has approved the largest solar installation in U.S. history, a 690-megawatt project to be constructed on federal land approximately 30 miles north of Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Energy
May 25, 2020
‘Planet of the Humans’: Michael Moore Goes Off the (Ideological) Grid
“Planet of the Humans” an entertaining and educational primer on the hype, phoniness, and lies behind green energy projects.
Energy
May 21, 2020
New Hampshire Net Metering Expansion in Limbo
The New Hampshire State Senate has overridden a February veto by Governor Chris Sununu, of SB 159, a bill to expand net metering in the Granite State.
Energy
May 21, 2020
Mexico Pulls the Plug on Renewables
Endless subsides for intermittent electricity are no longer in Mexico's budget.

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Energy
April 2, 2020
By Kenneth Artz
U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) is proposing continued and expanded federal support for electric vehicle manufacturers and purchasers in a bill that would dedicate $2 billion annually for development and adoption of plug-in cars.
April 1, 2020
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
America has known for years that Vladimir Putin of Russia has been influencing the source of America’s energy consumption through his efforts to halt fracking in America.
March 26, 2020
By Duggan Flanakin
The largest remaining coal-fueled power plant in New England, New Hampshire’s 482-megawatt Merrimack Station, will remain in operation through at least May 2024.
March 26, 2020
By Kenneth Artz
California may soon ban gasoline-powered gardening tools such as lawnmowers and leaf-blowers statewide.
March 24, 2020
By Kevin Stone
A co-op wholesale power supplier in Colorado and New Mexico announced a major shift from coal-fueled power plants to wind and solar industrial facilities in its electric power generation operations.
March 24, 2020
By Bonner R. Cohen
The newly minted Democratic majority legislature in Virginia narrowly passed sweeping legislation designed to overhaul how the state’s utilities generate electricity.
March 23, 2020
By Kenneth Artz
The U.S. Department of Energy approved four liquefied natural gas export projects for construction on the Texas Gulf coast in February.
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March 20, 2020
By H. Sterling Burnett
Members of the Republican congressional caucus have offered a slate of bills that would expand subsidies for and research into carbon-capture and sequestration.
March 20, 2020
By Kevin Stone
The Indiana House of Representatives passed a bill to prevent public utilities planning from closing ‘legacy’ power generating facilities—any power plant considered ‘a reliable capacity’ provider—without securing approval from state regulators.
March 19, 2020
By Bonner R. Cohen
Production of crude oil on federally managed lands and waters reached a record high of 1 billion barrels in 2019, according to figures released by the U.S. Interior Department in February.
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