Maine should get in on the planning early as the 4 Atlantic provinces and Quebec weigh a grand proposal for clean energy.
NRCM Taking Money from the Chinese Commies?
DOJ Urged to Investigate US Environmental NGOs for Foreign Influence
Rep. Liz Cheney asks for review of groups whose 'views align with those of our adversaries'
BY ALAN MCDONNELL September 19, 2020 Updated: September 20,…
The worst national energy legislation in decades (S.2657) is being negotiated as we are distracted by COVID-19, the Supreme Court, national elections, etc., etc.
S.2657 (and the 900± page H.R. 4447 House counterpart passed on 9-24-20!) will likely
be the most problematic, far-reaching…
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WASHINGTON, DC – Senators James Lankford (R-OK), Kevin Cramer (R-ND), John Hoeven (R-ND), and Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) along with Representative Kenny Marchant (R-TX) today introduced…
Some select articles from the latest newsletter:
Short video: The Impossibility of Wind Turbines
The Plague of Renewable Portfolio Standards
Nevada County Approves 1 Mile Setback on Wind Turbines
Short video: What’s Wrong with Wind and Solar?
Podcast: Rational Environmentalism - The Truth About Renewables, etc.
‘Green’ billionaires suppression of ‘Planet of the Humans’ documentary
Inconvenient Facts About Renewable Energy
Short video: Climate…
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Credit: The Ellsworth American | September 18, 2020 | www.ellsworthamerican.com ~~
This is an open letter to Governor Janet Mills.
It is my considered opinion that Maine needs to re-examine the value and merit of the Aqua Ventus Offshore Wind Project with an anticipated capacity of 12 megawatts of electric power.
While admittedly this is among the smallest planned wind projects, its construction and…Continue
Deadline today. Take the survey.
Well-informed, empirical, non-unicorn comments are needed:
September 11, 2020
The Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) and Governor’s Office of Policy Innovation and the Future (GOPIF) are required to develop a plan to identify pathways and strategies for advancing Maine’s clean energy economy (ie: education, training, workforce, etc). The GEO and GOPIF want to hear directly…Continue
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Vermont has a Comprehensive Energy Plan, CEP. The capital cost for implementing the CEP would be in excess of $1.0 billion/y for at least 33 years, per Energy Action Network annual report for 2015, not counting financing and replacements of short-life systems, such as EVs, heat pumps, battery storage systems, etc. See URLs.