• No more electricity for Germany

    • Date: 19/04/19
    • Holger Douglas, Tichys Einblick

    In a few years, Germany’s last coal and nuclear power plants shall be taken off the grid and shut down. Nobody knows where the electricity will then come from. One thing is certain: wind and sun won’t do it. The Wall Street Journal describes Germany’s phase-out of coal and nuclear power simply as “the stupidest […]

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  • The World Bank’s misguided green energy policies to persist

    • Date: 15/04/19
    • Tilak Doshi, Forbes

    In a news conference held on his first day in office, Malpass signaled no fundamental changes in the bank’s green energy priorities. President Trump’s nominee to head the World Bank, David Malpass, was formally approved by a unanimous vote of its board of executive directors last week. When Malpass, an outspoken critic of the bank, […]

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  • Increasing Electricity System Fragility in the UK

    • Date: 03/04/19
    • Dr John Constable, GWPF Energy Editor

    The UK’s electricity network is likely to become significantly weaker within five years, due to falling Short Circuit Levels that reduce the reliability of protection systems designed to limit the geographical extent of supply loss during a fault, and also make it more likely that asynchronous sources of electricity such as wind, solar and High […]

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  • Physics Reveals ‘Green’ Energy Sources Are Unrealistic And Unsustainable

    • Date: 31/03/19
    • The Federalist

    “You have to recognize what Mother Nature, the physics, permits and doesn’t permit.” Can existing “green” energy match the efficiency of fossil fuels? Mark P. Mills, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, shares his new report on The Federalist Radio Hour, where he examines the physics behind green energy proposals. Mills shows why the world is no […]

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  • What Is Pushing China Back To Coal?

    • Date: 27/03/19
    • Haley Zaremba, OilPrice.com

    Data released by the Chinese energy bureau this week shows that the country added a whopping 194 million tonnes of coal mining capacity over the course of 2018. These newly released numbers deal a crushing blow to any optimism about decreasing global emissions and even the overall effectiveness of the Paris climate agreement. This revelation […]

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  • Report: Green Energy Economy Is Simply ‘Impossible’

    • Date: 26/03/19
    • Mark P. Mills, Manhattan Institute

    Hydrocarbons—oil, natural gas, and coal—are the world’s principal energy resource today and will continue to be so in the foreseeable future. Wind turbines, solar arrays, and batteries, meanwhile, constitute a small source of energy, and physics dictates that they will remain so. Meanwhile, there is simply no possibility that the world is undergoing—or can undergo—a […]

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  • Fracking Revolution Is Boosting The Economy — And Keeping Emissions Down

    • Date: 23/03/19
    • Market Watch

    The shift toward natural gas has far-reaching effects on economy Even as America grabbles with its love-hate relationship with fossil fuels, the ongoing fracking revolution that’s turned the U.S. into the leading global oil producer is shoring up the economy — and helping to tame carbon emissions, too. A wave of literally ground-breaking advances in […]

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  • The Myth That Oil Demand Is Coming To An End

    • Date: 18/03/19
    • Robert Lyman

    Demand for oil is not coming to an end for a very long time, if ever. On March 12, 2019, Maclean’s Magazine published an article by Jen Gerson entitled What Happens When the Demand for Alberta Oil Goes Away? In it, she commented on the forthcoming Alberta provincial election and wrote that carbon taxes and […]

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