Browsing All posts tagged under »Hydroelectric Power Generation«

Total Power Anomaly Detection

October 19, 2019 by


By Anton Lang ~ Now I’ve stopped doing my daily data posts for electrical power generation, I wondered why just one of my data collection totals was higher than the two other sources I am now aware of, that do the same thing. All of my data was collected manually from this source and it […]

Here’s The Dam Deal: Build More Hydropower Dams

April 21, 2019 by


By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ This article is the third in my series about America’s need for dams. The first was about adding hydropower to existing unpowered dams. The second explained the need to finish the U.S. flood (and drought) control program. The present article is about the huge opportunity to build new hydropower dams. […]

Here’s The Dam Deal: Build More Dams

April 16, 2019 by


By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ “Green Insanity Is Flooding Towns and Destroying Lives” is an important article in American Thinker by columnist Joe Herring. His article is about perverse green practices in the operation of America’s existing system of flood control dams, but it also applies to the need for new dams. Our national flood […]

Renewable Power Australia – Prime Minister Turnbull’s Snowy Hydro Scheme Short Circuits

May 24, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ It always seemed to be just a thought-bubble: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s $2 billion expansion of the Snowy Hydro scheme would require an extra $1 billion to $2 billion to be spent on upgrading poles and wires to deliver the energy to the National Electricity Market and take longer than expected, […]

Intriguing Mystery In Tibet (Part One) The Airport In The Wilderness

October 3, 2014 by


By Anton Lang ~ Why would China construct a major airport in one of the most inaccessible places on Earth, right on the bank of a River prone to probably the greatest potential for major flooding on Earth? If those two things I mentioned in the opening paragraph were not enough of a problem, the […]

Could China’s Interest In Tibet Be Hydro Power?

September 17, 2014 by


By Anton Lang ~ Have you ever wondered why China wants a stake in Tibet, and why there has been so much trouble that they’ve had there. Why would China view Tibet as looking so attractive when Tibet is such a seemingly backward place at the top of the World, a freezing cold Country, seemingly […]

‘Clean Energy Future’ Australia – Raining On The Renewable Mirage

December 6, 2011 by


By Andrew Bolt So with new hydro projects essentially banned and carbon capture a flop, the Gillard Government will probably need four times the solar and wind generators we have now to reach its 2020 target for renewable energy. That is sure going to cost: ELECTRICITY produced by renewable sources is approaching 10 per cent […]

The Future For Electrical Power After Waxman Markey And Kerry Boxer (Part 4)

November 5, 2009 by


PART FOUR OF FOUR PARTS The image at left is the current chart for electrical power consumption for the U.S. The chart is from the huge Government site at the Energy Information Administration. This chart is from the October Quarter Report and is for the previous 3 months. Click on the image to open it […]