Another example of our government's gross incompetence and unacceptable overreach. Every candidate running for office should be asked if they will commit to ending the EV madness, an exceptional blunder from the dunderheads in office.
Mega-Jolt: The Costs and Logistics of Plugging In EVs Are About to Become Supercharged
By John Murawski…Continue
October 22, 2023
Credit: Doomberg | Sep 17, 2023 | doomberg.substack.com ~~
To be an effective podcast guest requires a few basic tactics. First, it is important to let the host get their full question asked before beginning to answer yourself. In normal conversation, it is not uncommon to understand where a friend is going and to get there before they do, but in a podcast setting it can be off-putting. It is also advisable to directly address the host’s questions in a…
by Peter A. Thalheim
October 24, 2023
The opinion piece on September 21 in CTMirror by the State Director of the Sierra Club Connecticut was an unfortunate exercise in gaslighting in support of electric vehicles.
We all do and should love the environment. We only have one. But we should not overstate our argument lest we undermine effective longer term changes in consumption methods to better help our environment. And we should keep environmental equity in mind. We should…Continue
Maine Public | By Murray Carpenter
Published October 16, 2023 at 6:43 AM EDT
Nearly 100 opponents of a power line that would connect southern Aroostook County to central Maine rallied in Augusta Saturday afternoon.
The 1,200-megawatt power line would run from Glenwood Plantation to Coopers Mills, sending electricity south from a 1,000-megawatt wind farm that's proposed for Aroostook County.
The Public Utilities Commission accepted LS…Continue
By Mary Lhowe / October 6, 2023 / ecori.org ~~
Green Oceans, the Rhode Island citizens group that fiercely opposes offshore wind farms, is in the midst of a civil lawsuit it has filed against the state Coastal Resources Management Council (CRMC), claiming the council violated the constitution, state regulations, and its own responsibilities when it approved the Revolution Wind farm in May.
The lawsuit, being heard in Newport Superior Court, asks the court to vacate the…Continue
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Oil industry insider David Blackmon notes the irony of diesel-powered Superchargers, and says rising EV use is a 'huge problem’ for the US power grid.
By Joshua Philipp and Naveen Athrappully
Tesla’s biggest EV Supercharger station in the United States uses diesel power to charge vehicles, according to an energy expert who confirmed that these types of diesel-powered stations…Continue
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by Alex Kriel and Duncan White
7 October 2023
Advocates of Net Zero policies repeatedly reassure the public that they are advancing cheap, green energy with the promise of vast numbers of lucrative green jobs and world leadership for the U.K. in selected green technologies.
Unfortunately for the hard pressed British electorate, ‘cheap, green energy’ is nothing more than an empty political slogan arrived at by a dishonest sleight of hand. Specifically, the…Continue
Just one more example of totalitarianism disguised as "green". Each of the two projects, a giant wind complex and the transmission it requires, benefits only the hucksters and cause great harm to the people of Maine. Both projects are built on lies, actually big lies. And such big lies are never questioned within the official narratives but rather wholly supported. Thankfully the people are beginning to awaken.
Every single elected official and regulator supporting this…Continue
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