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Biden’s Solar Power Scam
By Roger Severino and James Jay Carafano When it comes to energy policy, President Biden has become a master of doing the wrong things for the wrong...
Kansas Utility Proposes Solar Power Access Fee
Evergy, Kansas’s largest utility, has filed a proposal with the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC), the state’s public utility regulatory agency, to charge customers with solar panels about $25 a month to pay for the cost of servicing the special needs of their homes, which both pull power from and deliver power to the electric grid.
Federal Agency Gives Additional Support to Wind and Solar Power
A new proposal offered by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gives additional federal support wind and solar power developers.
California’s Power Struggles Continue as Wildfires Reduce Solar Power Output
Smoke from California’s multiple wildfires added to the state’s electric power woes, reducing the amount of electricity generated by solar cells across the state, demonstrating the continued criticality of fossil fuels for reliable electric power generation.
New Mexico Utility Regulators Approve Replacing Coal Power with Solar
Despite the threat of higher energy costs for ratepayers, the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission unanimously imposed a plan to replace 100 percent of the electric power generated by the San Juan Generating Station solely with electricity generated by solar panels and batteries.
Climate Change Weekly #472: Wind Power Produces Previously Unaccounted for Harms
It is clear that House Republicans put a lot of thought into their bill to raise the debt ceiling, officially named the 2023 Limit, Save, and Grow Act (LSGA).
Facebook’s Solar Farm Partner Destroyed a Trophy Fishing Lake
By Ken Braun Meta, the parent firm of Facebook, was in the media promoting its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) virtues in December 2021. That preening didn’t end...
Climate Change Weekly #470: Physics Is Why Renewables Can’t Power Modern Economies
Wind turbines would have to cover one-third of the continental United States, or solar panels would probably have to cover more than 20 percent of the countryside, just to meet current demand.
Oregon Supreme Court Ignores Rural Pleas and Greenlights Giant Wind Power Line
In a long-sought victory for the Climate Industrial Complex, the Oregon Supreme Court March 9 approved construction of a 300-mile, high-voltage power line that will transmit wind energy through parts of eastern Oregon and western Idaho.
Mississippi Should Question Wind and Solar After Winter Storm Elliot
By Isaac Orr A couple of months ago, Storm Elliot caused rolling blackouts in several Southern states. Luckily, most of Mississippi avoided power outages, but...