“We need a new tool to revitalize homegrown entrepreneurship and prosperity.”
…the more states support renewables, the more they pay for conventional power plants, too, using “capacity payments” to alleviate intermittency. In effect, politicians rather than markets are once again deciding how to avoid blackouts.” And we know politicians are really smart about energy as Kemper proves.
“These days, the left has no moral high ground over the religious right. In fact, I’d take a conservative Christian over a demon-haunted leftist any day, because at least conservative Christians admit that their beliefs are faith-based. They don’t go around screaming “science! science! science!” while drinking sacrificial goats’ blood Santeria-style because the rain gods […]
Johnson’s contrarian view derives from a simple thesis: solar, he says, can’t compete with, or replace, natural gas because it can’t provide around-the-clock power and because it has needed subsidies to be competitive.
Mississippi licenses more occupations than only four other states. The people responsible for granting licenses are, in many cases, in the same business as those they license.
Bigger Pie has been advocating for the reform of Mississippi’s very lax campaign fund raising, spending and reporting laws for some time. We applaud the current reform efforts as covered in this Clarion Ledger article but reserve congratulations until we see the final product and read the fine print.
Eric Worrall / 1 week ago December 31, 2016 Guest essay by Eric Worrall Mother Jones thinks spillover from the US election is helping the rise of the German AFD, and undermining support for Green Energy. But perhaps the working class has simply grown tired of elitist left wing politicians and institutions ignoring working class […]
“Being old-fashioned, I liked to know what the facts were before writing.” Thanks. We will miss you.
Question number 55 from the Trump Transition Team to Obama’s Department of Energy suggests that the respected Energy Information Agency may be cooking the books to understate costs of alternative solar and wind power. 55 EIA’s assessments of levelized costs for renewable technologies do not contain back-up costs for the fossil fuel technologies that are […]
Is there a mismatch between America’s educational system and the 21st century workplace? If so, what can we do about it?