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End—Don’t Extend—the Wind Energy Tax Credit

February 25, 2012 by

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By Romina Boccia ~ The Hill reports that a bipartisan group of Senators is urging lawmakers to extend the wind energy production tax credit, which is scheduled to expire by the end of this year. Congress should let the tax credit expire and offset the resulting tax hike with reductions elsewhere. The wind energy industry […]

Recent Energy and Environmental News – 4/25/11

April 25, 2011 by

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By John Droz, Jr. Friends: I have a rare few minutes, so here are some articles that might be of value to you: Some recent energy articles of interest — The Stuart Young wind report, partly funded by the environmental organization  John Muir Trust, is another item you should add as an objective source of information […]

Some Energy and Environmental News-3/4/11

March 5, 2011 by

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By John Droz, Jr. Friends: I promised that I would periodically send you an email when there was something of value. Today is the day… This is a simply stunning admission about wind energy by the head of the giant utility company, National Grid. He says forget about the idea of electricity being available when […]

Education = Success

January 28, 2011 by

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By John Droz, Jr. This is a special review. Some of these items have been mentioned before, but there are many who may not have seen the earlier notices. Our campaign to support scientifically sound solutions for our energy and environmental problems, is really all about educating citizens. The more citizens we get educated, the […]

Recent Energy and Environmental News

January 18, 2011 by

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By John Droz, Jr. 1/17/11 – This is the current issue of my informal, free collection of recent electrical energy-related developments. Since citizens are daily inundated with material coming out on this topic, I am trying to present a digest summary of the most pertinent applicable information. My bias is for articles that are: scientific, […]

Some Recent Energy and Environmental News

January 7, 2011 by

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By John Droz, Jr.   –   1/5/11 This is the current issue of my informal, free collection of recent electrical energy-related developments. Since citizens are daily inundated with material coming out on this topic, I am trying to present a digest summary of the most pertinent applicable information. My bias is for articles that are: […]

The Wind Controversy Is Mostly a PR Matter

December 4, 2010 by

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Special Energy Newsletter Here is another special edition newsletter, that covers just three items — As you know, in my view this wind controversy is largely a PR matter. As such it is critically important to win over other citizens. We simply have no chance without a modicum of public support! Toward that end I […]

Wind Energy: It’s Not Cheap Or Clean

August 31, 2010 by

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By Nicolas Loris Much of the justification for subsidies, tax credits, and mandates for increasing wind energy production in the U.S. is that it will create jobs and help cool our planet’s fever. We’ve explained in detail how subsidized green jobs destroy jobs elsewhere, but it also turns out that increased wind power decreases carbon […]

Exclusive: Some Recent Energy News – 8/30/10

August 30, 2010 by

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By John Droz  Jr This is the latest issue of my informal, free collection of recent electrical energy-related developments. Since citizens are daily inundated with material coming out on this topic, I am trying to present a digest summary of the most pertinent applicable information. My bias is for articles that are: scientific, independent, informative, […]

Some Recent Energy News

August 7, 2010 by

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By John Droz, Jr. This is the latest issue of my informal, free collection of recent electrical energy-related developments. Since citizens are daily inundated with material coming out on this topic, I am trying to present a digest summary of the most pertinent applicable information. My bias is for articles that are: scientific, independent, informative, […]