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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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Is It Just “Peak Oil” or are there other “Limits to Growth”?

Is It Just “Peak Oil” or are there other “Limits to Growth”? When I started this blog last year I never dreamed that it would lead me down a “rabbit hole” of scary predictions. Though I was well aware that … 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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Wind Doesn’t Need Tax Credits To Be Competitive

Wind Doesn’t Need Tax Credits To Be Competitive! Amelia Timbers recently interviewed Mike Revak-( Siemens’ VP of Technical Sales and Proposals of the US Wind Group) and reports that Mike avers that “Wind Power” does not need government incentive to … 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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