Jerry Leeman is CEO of the New England Fishermen’s Stewardship Association
By Jerry Leeman |
July 31, 2023 at 12:12 a.m.
You wouldn’t buy a house without an inspection, so why would we fill the Gulf of Maine with wind turbine superstructures without understanding how they interact with the marine environment?
Offshore wind energy features too many unknowns to proceed at this point with widescale ocean industrialization. That’s why my…Continue
The Hunga-Tonga volcanic eruption in January 2022 was a massive event totally ignored by the MSM and climate alarmist cult. The eruption is responsible for a 10% increase in the Earth's atmospheric water vapor - an unprecedented event with far reaching effects on our climate. But no one in the "settled"climate science cabal wanted to recognize The Hunga-Tonga event and it's impact - it didn't fit the narrative.
But today I read that NASA and the European Space Agency have recogized…Continue
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An editorial in the Boston Herald by Jerry Leeman the CEO of the New England Fishermen’s Stewardship Association. Jerry is from Harpswell.
Esteemed physicist Dr. John Clauser, who holds multiple degrees from the California Institute of Technology and Columbia University, won Nobel Prize in Physics in 2022.
As a …Continue
July 30, 2023
Maine passed legislation this month to advance the state’s nascent offshore wind industry, but largely absent were details that would interest anyone who pays an electric bill: What will offshore wind power cost customers?
Negotiations underway at the Public Utilities Commission may commit Maine to a 25-year agreement for buying electricity from a proposed research array of floating offshore wind turbines. The talks are largely confidential, but they suggest the…Continue
By Jack Phillips
Some energy industry groups are expressing concern that the White House will declare a COVID-19-like emergency—but for the climate instead.
"They're leaning to that direction," U.S. Oil and Gas Association President Tim Stewart told Just the News in an article published on July 30. "If you grant the president's emergency powers to declare a climate emergency, it's just like COVID.”
An emergency declaration on the climate could give…Continue
“The addition of 15 weather stations to our existing eight will enable our forecasting team and load forecast computer models to see and process smaller-scale weather features and changes impacting the various load zones,” said Michael Fontaine, the ISO’s Supervisor of Operations Forecasting. “The analysis and model outputs from this higher-resolution data will provide improved guidance resulting in an improved load…Continue
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Lifetime Performance of World’s First Offshore Wind System in the North Sea
Decommissioning has started at the 26-year-old Vindeby…Continue
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The words of the proposal from the PUC turned out to be a slap in the face of the Maine citizenry!
"Request for Proposals for Renewable Energy Generation and Transmission Projects" Issued by the Maine Public Utilities Commission
Excerpt from written proposal: Emphasis provided by…Continue
Tuesday, Jul 25, 2023 - 08:45 PM
Authored by Travis Fisher via RealClear Wire,
The U.S. power grid is already straining under excess regulations, with blackouts possible, but now the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed two more rules that promise to cause even more major problems.
One is a tailpipe emissions standard that would require 60% of new cars sold in 2030 to be electric. The other is a rule that would force hundreds of power plants to…Continue
Russian/Ukraine Grain deal cancellation to hit EU, China and Turkey the most
The European Union, China and Turkey will experience negative consequences of the termination of the grain deal, a Turkish source in the field of international agricultural trade told TASS on Monday, July 17.
APPARENTLY, THERE WERE HEAT WAVES AND DROUGHTS IN EUROPE BEFORE GLOBAL WARMING FOR MORE THAN 1000 YEARS
All that time no fossil fuels were used and CO2 in the atmosphere was STEADY, and much lower than at present.
A real scientist would say, CO2 did not play any role regarding heat waves and droughts for one thousand…Continue
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Manchester, UK, has a fantasy to use the world’s largest battery to tackle variable wind and solar output
By Paul Homewood
Blueprints for the world’s largest battery on the site of an old coal-fired power station in Manchester, storing enough energy for 36,000 homes for a week, have won approval from planning officials.…Continue