Browsing All posts tagged under »U.S. Electrical Power Statistics«

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 […]

30 Percent CO2 Reduction From Electrical Power Generation – A Policy Too Far

June 3, 2014 by


By Anton Lang ~ You just have to laugh here, and here I mean out of control, rolling around the floor laughing, pain inducing laughter. This is so far out there in the realms of ridiculous statements, and is in fact IMPOSSIBLE to achieve: (My bolding) EPA Power-Plant Proposal Will Seek 30% Carbon Dioxide Emissions […]

U.S. Electrical Power Sector CO2 Emissions Are Down!

July 10, 2013 by


Why? Is It Because Of Wind Power? Well, no! More correctly, it seems that all those wind towers are just for show. That’s a pretty bold thing to say, and to back it up requires some in depth explanation. What is true is that those Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions are down, and in fact 7.5% […]

Politico’s Restuccia Understates Renewable Energy Production Increase, But Ignores Its Insignificant Slice Of All Production

June 22, 2013 by


By Tom Blumer ~ In a tired Politico item on how President Obama plans to carry out his January State of the Union threat to go around Congress on “climate change” — no surprise, his moves will be a “power plant clampdown,” pouring more money into solar, wind, and geothermal, and micromanaging lamps and refrigerators […]

Electrical Power Statistics – Renewables Fail To Deliver – January 2011

May 2, 2011 by


WIND POWER TOTAL POWER DELIVERY RATE – 7 hours per day on average for this Month. SOLAR POWER TOTAL POWER DELIVERY RATE – 1 hour and 30 minutes per day on average for this Month. WIND AND SOLAR PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL POWER – 2.45% of the total power consumed in the U.S. for this Month. […]

Renewable Power Fail – As Usual – September 2010

January 25, 2011 by


More Renewable Power Plants leads to an increase in Carbon Dioxide Emissions. This may seem to be a pretty bold thing to say, but the data actually supports this and in fact proves the statement. This Post is one month late in being Posted here. That does not mean I have forgotten it, or tired […]

Kerry Lieberman American Power Act – New Power Comparison

May 31, 2010 by


The American Power Act sponsored by Senators Kerry and Lieberman bears some further looking at for some of things it proposes in respect of ‘new’ electrical power. The Peterson Institute for International Economics carried out what was termed as an ‘independent’ analysis of the proposed legislation, basically backing up the intent of the legislation. In […]