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The Breezy Windmill Fantasies Of The Nantucket Crowd

May 15, 2022 by

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By Larry Bell ~ President Joe Biden boasted to a staged throng of dozens assembled for his Earth Day speech that he had “made it clear to [his wealthy] friends up in Nantucket and that area” that they were to drop their objections to offshore wind farms planned for the Martha’s Vineyard area. Lowering his voice to […]

Small Modular Reactors Advance In The Nuclear World

May 13, 2022 by

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By Dr. Kelvin Kemm ~ The first two decades of the 21st Century will go down in history as a time of amazing world confusion about energy supplies, particularly electricity. This is all due to electricity planning being done too much at a political policy level, and not by engineers and scientists. This in turn […]

Electric Power Reforms Gain Ground In Virginia

February 5, 2022 by

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ Two big Bills designed to fix Virginia’s broken electric power system have cleared the first legislative hurdle, on the road to becoming law. Both of these Virginia House Bills were approved by the cognizant Subcommittee of the House Commerce and Energy Committee. HB 118 fully repeals the damaging (and nutty […]

Power Outages And The Indian Point Closure: An “I Told You So” Event

July 28, 2021 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ BY JONATHAN LESSER: A few days before the Indian Point nuclear plant was permanently shuttered on April 30 of this year, I warned New Yorkers to prepare for power outages this summer.  The plant had provided one-fourth of NYC’s electricity.  Shutting it down created a cavernous hole in electricity […]

Prepare For Energy Shortages, Cost Hikes And Rationing

February 4, 2021 by

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By Larry Bell ~ Fully expect your future carbon footprints to be traced to a crime scene subject to “climate and energy justice” violations in the high tribunal of sustainability. The prospective charges? Such sins will include ownership and operation of an internal combustion vehicle, tampering with regulated upper or lower thermostat setting limits, and/or […]

Robert Bryce: Responding To The Terawatt Challenge

April 18, 2020 by

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By Duggan Flanakin ~ “Electricity has become a human right.” – Robert Bryce In chapter 16 of his seminal book, A Question of Power: Electricity and the Wealth of Nations, Austin-based futurist Robert Bryce speaks of “the Terawatt Challenge” – a term coined by the late Nobel laureate Richard Smalley. Smalley posited that if we can […]