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‘Cap and invest’ proposal short on specifics

A recent presentation to the Oregon Board of Agriculture on a new “cap and invest” effort under study by Democratic leaders in the Oregon Legislature and Gov. 17 more words

Opinion

Site C Hydro Dam will go ahead after historic decision by B.C.'s NDP Premier

Bringing an end to years of controversy, in what NDP Premier Horgan called a “very, very divisive issue”, the British Columbia government announced on December 11 that it will proceed with construction of the… 527 more words

Energy Policy

Cape Wind Offshore Power Project is Dead

By John Droz – Re-Blogged From http://www.WattsUpWithThat.com

The developer for the large proposed offshore Cape Wind project officially threw in the towel. This story has yet to be picked up by major media outlets, but this excellent news is the direct result of some fifteen (15±) years of hard work, dedication and financial donations by a lot of good people. 205 more words

CAGW Alarmism

Ka-ching! Windy days blow away ratepayer dollars

Wind power on two recent windy days cost Ontario electricity customers three times the current rate … and the surplus meant emissions-free hydro and nuclear was wasted… 503 more words

Electricity Bills

Big Slide in Renewable Energy

By Bjørn Lomborg – Re-Blogged From http://www.WattsUpWithThat.com

No, renewables are not taking over the world anytime soon.

We have spent the last two centuries getting off renewables because they were mostly weak, costly and unreliable. 412 more words

CAGW Alarmism

Rethinking efficiency – it’s not an engineering problem, sometimes it’s a mental blockage

I once read about a very clever fellow who devised an extremely simple but effective home heating system. He laid some hoses on the ground, open at one end some distance from his house, and the other ends running into the windows. 691 more words

Industrial Energy