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Development Groups: More Coal Plants will not end Energy Poverty

By Joshua Learn S&P Global Intelligence (October 2016) Coal-fired generation is not the answer for fighting energy poverty, according to a new position paper from international development organizations. The paper, “Beyond Coal,” released by the Overseas Development Institute and a … Continue reading

01. November 2016 by Terry Headley
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Perverse climate “morality”

Editor’s note: Paul Driessen’s latest article hits at the heart of the green campaigns aimed at shutting down energy production and stopping industrial activity across North America. While the proponents of these campaigns claim they have a “moral” imperative, the reality is … Continue reading

05. April 2015 by Jason Hayes
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Profiling environmentalism

Bw sure to check out this interesting article on the NCPA’s Environment blog that offers one method of ‘profiling’ environmentalists. Light Greens: mildly optimistic folks who encourage individual consumers to take small (but in the aggregate helpful) actions to raise environmental … Continue reading

30. May 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Wind industry legally allowed to kill golden eagles

This MasterResource article is almost a month old, but it is still well worth reading. It provides an astonishing look into the lack of concern being shown for golden eagles by legislators, regulators, and wind energy developers and advocates. The … Continue reading

17. March 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Feeling the pain of misguided energy policy

Ed Farnan pulls no punches in this recent article that looks at the impacts green energy policies are having on American consumers. A few years ago Americans were introduced to “Green Companies” with cutting edge and promising names like: Solyndra, … Continue reading

10. June 2013 by Jason Hayes
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IER: Good post on the myth of “free” green energy

IER has a good post on the myth that wind and solar are “free” power sources (once you have accounted for the cost of renewable generation installations. They aren’t free for several reasons. Chief among those reasons is the fact … Continue reading

26. February 2013 by Jason Hayes
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Greens offering a “None of the Above” energy policy

IBD recently published an article looking at an issue I have been discussing for many years now. The Green Industry across the planet makes a big show about supporting “green” energy over fossil and nuclear options. However, when it comes … Continue reading

31. August 2012 by Jason Hayes
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UMWA reacts to EPA & green war on coal

Interesting article on the impacts that the war on coal is having on United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) members. IrishCentral sits down with Phil Smith, spokesman for the UMWA to talk about job losses, the impacts of lost jobs … Continue reading

18. July 2012 by Jason Hayes
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Is green energy “inherently unsustainable”?

Federal subsidies for green energy are up over 500% and yet 6 of the top 10 solar companies are still reporting losses. At the same time we’re regulating the closure of far more affordable, abundant/secure, increasingly clean, domestic energy resources.

30. December 2011 by Jason Hayes
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They’re almost ready to admit it

This post on MotherJones.com represents a huge step forward for a least a small portion of the green industry. Apparently there are a few out there who are ready to admit that all forms of energy use, development, and human … Continue reading

21. November 2011 by Jason Hayes
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