• Top Think Tanks Call For Reset Of UK Energy Policy

    • Date: 29/04/17
    • Institute of Economic Affairs, TaxPayers’ Alliance, Global Warming Policy Forum, Civitas

    Brexit and the election provide a major opportunity to reset energy policy, but what we’ve heard so far has not been encouraging. Capping prices for some consumers will lead to higher costs for others, discourage much-needed investment, and reduce competition. Government intervention has already contributed significantly to higher energy bills. The principal culprit is the Climate Change Act, which forces […]

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  • The Shale Revolution Crushes Wind And Solar

    • Date: 28/04/17
    • Mark P. Mills, RealClearEnergy

    Wind and solar are now experiencing a declining rate of improvement as those technologies start to approach their limits in terms of what physics permits. Shale technology is a long way from its physics limits.  In fact, the shale industry is at the beginning of what I’ve earlier termed Shale 2.0. The Promethean task of supplying […]

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  • Sea Ice Off Newfoundland Thickest In Living Memory

    • Date: 23/04/17
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    Amid reports that ice conditions between Newfoundland and southern Labrador are the worst in living memory, another polar bear was reported ashore in the area — just after biologist Andrew Derocher explained to the CBC that bears only come on land when sea ice conditions “fail.” “Ice too thick for coast guard’s heavy icebreaker” said a 20 April […]

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  • Welcome to Green Energy Poverty Week

    • Date: 21/04/17
    • Jazz Shaw, Hot Air

    The real killer stalking the world these days isn’t climate… it’s poverty. Friday is Earth Day for the left and you’ll hear no end of crowing about it. Not by accident, it also coincides with the day that the Paris Climate Agreement supposedly goes into effect. This plan, which President Obama signed onto in a non-binding […]

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  • One Of America’s Biggest Solar Companies Files For Bankruptcy

    • Date: 20/04/17
    • Russell Grantham The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Suniva Inc., a Norcross-based solar panel maker that received millions in federal, state and Gwinnett County incentives, has filed bankruptcy after falling victim to plunging prices for solar power cells. Bankruptcy documents indicate the company has fired 230 workers in the past three weeks, and that its Georgia factory is being mothballed indefinitely by its 35 workers […]

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  • White House Floats Excuses to Break Trump’s Promise to Cancel Paris Climate Treaty

    • Date: 18/04/17
    • Christopher C. Horner, Marlo Lewis, Jr., Competitive Enterprise Institute

    This week, White House senior advisers will meet to discuss the future of U.S. involvement in the Paris Climate Treaty. During campaign speeches, President Trump repeatedly promised the American public that if elected, he would cancel U.S. participation in the Paris Climate Agreement and stop all payments to United Nations global warming programs. Since the agreement was […]

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  • Coal’s Colossal Comeback

    • Date: 17/04/17
    • Stephen Moore, The American Spectator

    President Trump is the king of coal. Buried in an otherwise humdrum jobs report for March was the jaw-dropping pronouncement by the Labor Department that mining jobs in America were up by 11,000 in March. Since the low point in October 2016 and following years of painful layoffs in the mining industry, the mining sector […]

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  • Huge! 300 Trillion Cubic Feet of Natural Gas, Largest US Gas Field

    • Date: 14/04/17
    • Texas Natural Gas

    Two geologic formations along the US Gulf coastline may contain 304 trillion cubic feet of technically recoverable natural gas, or four times more than previously thought, according to a new government study. According to two new assessments from the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the Bossier and Haynesville Formations that stretch across the Gulf Coast, from Florida through East Texas and […]

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