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Energy
October 16, 2020
Research & Commentary: Economy-Wide “Electrification” Costs between $18 and $29 Trillion, New Study Says
U.S. Average Per Capita Costs Would Be $88,000
Energy
October 6, 2020
The Biden Energy Plan Is Like California’s—But Worse
The energy plan adopted by the campaign of Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden, would take restrictive California-like policies nationwide, but be worse because there are no other energy sources to bail out the nation.
Climate Change
September 18, 2020
The U.S. Climate in 2019
The climate of the United States has, in most ways gotten less extreme than it used to be. Temperatures have fewer extreme highs and lows, storms less are severe and droughts far less damaging.
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Energy
September 17, 2020
Cost of Electrification: A State-by-State Analysis and Results
Transitioning the entire electric grid to a 100 percent carbon dioxide emissions free, largely renewable energy is a poor choice for decarbonizing the economy, wasting billions of dollars.
Climate Change
September 8, 2020
Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Global Picture
International policies to mitigate climate change are achieving little, yet European states’ efforts to reduce emissions, are crippling their economies, while China, India and the rest of the less-developed world continue growing using coal and oil.
Energy
September 4, 2020
Research & Commentary: Battleground State Poll Shows Voters Are Strongly Supportive of Oil and Natural Gas Development
Four Out Of Five Say Oil And Natural Gas Provide Value To Their Lives, 92 Percent Believe In The Importance Of Affordable Energy Prices

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Climate Change
October 16, 2020
By Tim Benson
U.S. Average Per Capita Costs Would Be $88,000
October 6, 2020
By Staff, IER
The energy plan adopted by the campaign of Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden, would take restrictive California-like policies nationwide, but be worse because there are no other energy sources to bail out the nation.
September 18, 2020
By Paul Homewood
The climate of the United States has, in most ways gotten less extreme than it used to be. Temperatures have fewer extreme highs and lows, storms less are severe and droughts far less damaging.
September 17, 2020
By Thomas Tanton
Transitioning the entire electric grid to a 100 percent carbon dioxide emissions free, largely renewable energy is a poor choice for decarbonizing the economy, wasting billions of dollars.
September 8, 2020
By Martin Livermore
International policies to mitigate climate change are achieving little, yet European states’ efforts to reduce emissions, are crippling their economies, while China, India and the rest of the less-developed world continue growing using coal and oil.
September 4, 2020
By Tim Benson
Four Out Of Five Say Oil And Natural Gas Provide Value To Their Lives, 92 Percent Believe In The Importance Of Affordable Energy Prices
August 19, 2020
By Alan Moran
Australia’s misguided climate policies have resulted in excessively high electricity prices that are undermining the country’s economic resilience and competitiveness and cutting our standards of living.
August 13, 2020
By Tim Benson
Gasoline Prices Could Rise By 26 Cents Per Gallon In 2022, Diesel Prices By 52 Cents Per Gallon
August 9, 2020
By Gautam Kalghatgi
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) do not represent a significant improvement over internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEVs) in terms of their carbon dioxide footprint because the energy for their manufacture and use is not carbon dioxide free
August 7, 2020
By Kevin Dayaratna
By inserting more government intervention into the EU economy, a European Green New Deal would weaken current and future economic freedom and disproportionately harm the poor..