Category Archives: coal

Small Steps Could Lead to Big Rewards!

Small Steps Could Lead to Big Rewards! In my last post I talked about how, when confronted with the reality of Peak Oil and it’s ugly cousin Climate Change, I had become somewhat depressed. I felt that nothing could be … Continue reading

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Germany or the United States?

Germany or the United States? It’s been said that no good act goes unpunished! I suppose that there is a nugget of truth in that statement. Unfortunately for the US it’s a “Non Act” that will most likely get the … Continue reading

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Mountain Top Removal Coal Mining and Jobs

Mountain Top Removal Coal Mining and Jobs The claim is that Mountain Top Removal Coal Mining creates jobs! Lets take a look at that claim. According to Nicholas Brown the answer is a resounding NO! He makes the case that … Continue reading

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The Grid the Wind and Politics

The Grid the Wind and Politics Today I have two issues to bring to your attention and a new development in Wind technology that you will want to know about. The Grid As you all know for us to be … Continue reading

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Important but Often Overlooked in the Discussion.

Important but Often Overlooked in the Discussion. What I’m referring to is the need to store electricity at the generation source to be able to ramp power up or down and to harmonize the grid. This was not a big … Continue reading

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