Since October of 2015, when the "Community Organizer In Chief" signed on to the Paris Accord, I have waited for this day. A day when a real businessman gets into office and begins to look at Economic Reality. This is the new era where we will not subject ourselves to a New World Order and will Make America Great Again.
I've been telling Mike White that this was coming. I know how he feels, as that was the way I felt when the community organizer signed on to this loony contract…Continue
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The parent company of the electric utility Emera Maine hopes to establish an undersea cable linking electricity generators in northern Maine, Newfoundland, Labrador and Nova Scotia with users in Massachusetts.
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But the subsidy money continues to roll.
"Build THEM...and WE CAN SCAM"
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"Transmission bottlenecks that prevent Maine’s wind generation from reaching load centers in Massachusetts and Connecticut could be relieved by allowing large and small generators to pool their interconnection requests."
To me this sounds like the planning of our great "Wind" experiment was seriously flawed and rushed to production to scoff up the huge tax and construction subsidies. We have all known that the current…Continue
Added by Eskutassis on May 30, 2017 at 9:44am — 5 Comments
FLOOD of Dense NATURAL GAS for years to come.
The U.S. has been floating on a cloud of excess natural gas for the past decade and the oil-rich Permian basin is set to add to the gas glut, write Tim Puko and Christopher M. Matthews.
Technological innovations in shale oil drilling have opened the spigots for crude as well as…Continue
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Indeed, the Europeans talk a…Continue
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The purpose of this article is to present major topics relevant to COP21. Independent articles represent most of the topics. The independent articles should be read in sequence.
The entire article and the independent articles are updated/revised as new information becomes available. In that manner, the articles continue as living, real-time documents, instead of remaining a dated, stationary slice of time, a major benefit for the readership made possible by Internet…Continue
Added by Willem Post on May 29, 2017 at 9:30am — 10 Comments
The ultimate Hypocrisy of the PPH is overwhelming. They import an article all the way from North Dakota to protest an “Affront To The Legacy Of Teddy Roosevelt.” Where were they when the now defunct and bankrupt First Wind, a spawn of King Angus and his cronies, decided to step all over a 2003 Maine Department of Conservation acquisition of lands and established a…Continue
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According to Renewable Northwest, a renewable energy nonprofit organization, the average wind turbine operates at around 50 decibels. However, a 2003 study indicates the during nighttime hours, the sound produced from wind turbines could be 18 decibels higher than the predicted daytime levels due to the lack of ambient background noise. This translates to the average wind turbine being 13 decibels higher than the amount that causes adverse health effects. The study was conducted of wind…Continue
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“But after eight years of running a start-up and doing everything from writing stories to fundraising to changing the ink cartridges, the time has come to slow down a bit and concentrate on what I enjoy the most — writing.”
John Christie, co-founder, will continue his work with the Center, as Consulting Editor.…Continue
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Anatomy of a Deep State…Continue
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NOTE: This article now appears in the BDN.
Good to see former EUT Co-Chair Stacey Fitts working for the wind industry he helped while in the EUT. He was also a member of both of Governor Baldacci's wind task forces. And of course heinous expedited wind law creator Baldacci was made vice chair of Avangrid, the nation's second largest…Continue
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Read this and you'll find me 'liberally' quoted...note shift in emphasis
Added by Frank J. Heller, MPA on May 25, 2017 at 12:10pm — 8 Comments
9:00 - 9:40 a.m. The State of Wind Energy in the U.S.
9:40 - 10:20 a.m. The State of Wind Energy in New England
10:20 - 10:40 a.m. Break
10:40 - 11:30 a.m. The State of Wind Energy in…
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We all know that dense reliable energy sources like oil, natural gas, and nuclear are beneficial and support modernity because per unit of their mass, they produce large amounts of mobile electron generation and power when efficiently utilized. Wind and solar as we all know are expensive low density faddist political "green" costly items that only produce feckless intermittent sources of power . They must be subsidized too at high levels by our tax dollar and must utilize fossil backup…Continue
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Some of the more important articles in this issue are:
Wind turbines are not clean or green, and they provide zero global energy
Pitting Wind and Solar Against Nuclear Power
What Happens to an Economy When Forced to Use Renewable Energy?
How Much Does the U.S. Govt Subsidize Electricity Generating Technologies?
Wind Subsidies Should End
Is Renewable Energy an Economic Boon or Bust
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