Browsing All posts tagged under »U.S. Electrical Consumption Data«

The Benefits That Coal Fired Power Gave Us

May 13, 2016 by


By Anton Lang ~ Is there information anywhere which can effectively show the benefits of coal fired power? Could that information be used to show what is happening now in China, to show some context as to why they are constructing new technology coal fired plants like there was no tomorrow? I found some information […]

Kerry Lieberman American Power Act – Renewable Power – Strike Three

May 19, 2010 by


Tell me, would you enter a ‘Billy Cart’ in the Indy 500? From this new proposed legislation, artfully called ‘The American Power Act’. An Emissions Trading Scheme. An enormously huge new tax that even has an affect on the Renewable power sector. – Strike 1. Carbon Capture and Storage. Strike 2. Now comes their proposals […]

17% CO2 Emissions Reduction – Are You Joking?

November 26, 2009 by


Yesterday, President Obama announced a target for emissions reduction that the U.S. will take to the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference. That target will be a 17% reduction in the emissions of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) by the year 2020. IT’S A PHYSICAL IMPOSSIBILITY. This will be a long post, because something as technical and involved as […]