Tag Archives for Robert Bryce

Robert Bryce on Bill McKibben’s “Impossible Green Dream”

Robert Bryce’s recent Wall Street Journal article digs into the difficult numbers and math that Bill McKibben refuses to touch. Wind? Merely to keep pace with the global growth in electricity demand would require the installation of about 280,000 megawatts … Continue reading

13. June 2014 by Jason Hayes
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The cloud is powered by coal

Alex Epstein from the Center for Industrial Progress puts a new spin on the topic I covered in my Spotlight article in the fall 2013 issue of American Coal magazine, “Coal Powers the Cloud.” “Americans use too much energy” is one … Continue reading

07. February 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Book Review: Robert Bryce – Power Hungry

It’s all about power density, energy density, cost and scale Review of: Power Hungry: The Myths of “Green” Energy and the Real Fuels of the Future By: Robert Bryce, Managing Editor, Energy Tribune Public Affairs, 2010, 394 pages Review by: … Continue reading

16. September 2010 by Jason Hayes
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