COMMENTARY Texas has the most wind capacity of any state, generating about 16% of its electricity from wind. In August, as temperatures rose above 100F
IER"ERCOT warned that reserve margins were so low that it might have to institute rolling blackouts or controlled interruptions of power service. The independent system operator called for the construction of more gas-fired generating plants." @POWERmagazine
Learn how the wide spread network of groups engaged in climate activism around the United States gets support from shaddy entities.
IERChina and Russia have displayed zero concern for the environment but have discovered that they can hijack the environmental movement by giving funds and direction to groups acting as useful idiots, or worse.
We take it for granted in the world’s richest and most advanced economy that things will work when we want…
IERBoth wind and solar require significant amounts of land. Based on Harvard engineering data, for the U.S. to reach 100% of its electricity through solar and wind power, it could require one-third of the country to be covered by solar and wind facilities. ow.ly/46uy30o3P0Bpic.twitter.com/zyxWPJ4JUf
The California Air Resources Board voted unanimously to require that all new buses be carbon-free by 2029, in essence phasing…
IERLA Times investigation found the city’s electric buses stalled on hills, required service calls much more frequently than older buses & had unpredictable driving ranges below advertised distances, which were impaired by heat, cold & the way drivers braked.
A Harvard University study suggests that, under certain conditions and in the near term, increased wind power could mean more climate warming than…
IERIn a surprising twist a recent study form Harvard University discovered powering the US entirely by wind power would actually cause more warming than would be reduced by decarbonizing the entire American electrical grid. ow.ly/rBEv30mE5Tppic.twitter.com/QPdjAmRycK
IERA Harvard University study found that increased wind power could mean more climate warming than would be caused by the use of fossil fuels to generate electricity.
In 2012, the Obama administration issued rules ordering carmakers to improve the average miles per gallon of their car fleets…
IERThe Trump proposal also revokes California’s waiver to set its own fuel economy standards because Congress intended for the federal government—not any single state—to set the standards for the entire nation 👉 ow.ly/zhnd30lDJ02pic.twitter.com/TKwlcvMajB