March 14, 2017

NYT Report Reveals Electric Vehicle Market Depends on Tax Credits, Subsidies

NYT Report Reveals Electric Vehicle Market Depends on Tax Credits, Subsidies

A new New York Times report throws cold water on one of the Environmentalist Left’s pet causes: electric vehicles (EVs).
March 13, 2017

Sierra Club to Honor Man with Private Jet, Actress Who Inspired #DAPL Mess

Sierra Club to Honor Man with Private Jet, Actress Who Inspired #DAPL Mess

File in: you can’t make it up. The Sierra Club is holding a “Trail Blazers Ball” in San Francisco with an “A-list roster” for its 125th anniversary.
March 10, 2017

Unreliable Renewable Energy Leads To Blackouts In Australia

Unreliable Renewable Energy Leads To Blackouts In Australia

The Guardian reports that the Australian state of South Australia has faced electricity blackouts since increasing the use of renewable energy sources: A blackout in South Australia that has intensified a political brawl over energy policy was caused by three factors: demand for power was higher than forecast, wind generation was lower than forecast and […]
March 10, 2017

After $1 Million and 1,600 Dumpsters of Trash, #NoDAPL Cleanup Near Finish Line

After $1 Million and 1,600 Dumpsters of Trash, #NoDAPL Cleanup Near Finish Line

The massive cleanup of the #NoDAPL protests is near the finish line, according to a story out of Fargo, North Dakota published on Thursday.
March 9, 2017

Tesla Needs Billions For Chargers To Compete With Gas Stations

Tesla Needs Billions For Chargers To Compete With Gas Stations

CNBC reports that Tesla would need to spend up to $8 billion in order to build a network of chargers that would make their electric vehicles as convenient at gas-powered cars:
March 9, 2017

Solar Land Grab Competing With Farmland

Solar Land Grab Competing With Farmland

Concern is growing in states and local communities over the amount of farmland that could be taken over by large-scale solar projects. From The Wall Street Journal:
March 8, 2017

Environmentalists Want To Shut Down Pipeline Regulator

Environmentalists Want To Shut Down Pipeline Regulator

Environmentalist activists are taking their war against pipelines to a new level by grinding the operations of a federal pipeline regulator, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), to a halt. From The Washington Examiner:
March 7, 2017

VT Farmer Pokes Holes in Enviro Support for “Industrial Renewables”

VT Farmer Pokes Holes in Enviro Support for “Industrial Renewables”

Suzanna Jones, a farmer in Vermont, is poking holes in her fellow Vermonter Bill McKibben’s enthusiastic support for an “industrial-scale renewable energy” plan.
March 7, 2017

Judge Rules: DAPL Moving Forward

Judge Rules: DAPL Moving Forward

On Tuesday, a federal judge rejected a last-minute request to stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which is near completion