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The Transition to Clean Energy has Many Enemies.

The Transition to Clean Energy has Many Enemies. The other day I read an article that points out why that transition to “clean energy” will continue to be difficult. It turns out that clean energy has many enemies. In this … Continue reading

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly!

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly! Today I want to talk briefly about three issues concerning Energy. Wind, Nuclear and Attitude. Wind  (The Good) A few days ago I ran across and article at Gizmag about a type of … Continue reading

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Problems…Problems…Problems….

Problems…Problems…Problems…. While doing my regular research this morning I came across a post by Robert Rapier over at Consumer Energy Report “This Week in Energy: Range Fuels To Declare Bankruptcy?” This post has several issues that it discusses, one of … Continue reading

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How Much is One MW of Electricity?

How Much is One MW of Electricity? Often when we read about energy we are confronted with terms like MW KW TW GW and we don’t know exactly what they mean in terms of “work”. The story that I want … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy at it’s Finest!

Hypocrisy at it’s Finest! Here is another report on the hypocritical behavior of those in congress who make the biggest “stink” about problems like the bankruptcy of Solyndra. What frauds…………… Can you guess who it is?? Surprised? I thought not! … Continue reading

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