Energy Policy

N.H. Republicans Aim to Divert RGGI Funds with Koch-Backed Bill.

by Steve MacDonald August 15, 2016
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I was poking around the internet when I stumbled across a Feb. 2015 article on ClimateWire about New Hampshire’s participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). RGGI is a multi-state coalition that forces power producers to buy credits based on emissions. They then pass that cost on to ratepayers (your employer, your family, you) […]

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by Steve MacDonald January 14, 2013

If you gave Exxon Mobil an army, the ability to print their own currency, the power of taxation, the ability to set national energy policy, and executive authority to enforce it, what do you think might happen? If Democrats are to be believed they would do with oil and gas what Barack Obama and the […]

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Grab Some Sticky Notes…

by Steve MacDonald March 29, 2012

The Post-It®  note revolt is gaining steam.  People are making it habit of leaving little messages at the gas pump, portable little blog posts for fellow consumers who might need something else for their eyes to settle on aside from the climbing-scrolling-rising cost of their fill-up. So here’ s a free stock tip.  Buy some […]

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New Film Project from Ann+Phelim: FrackNation

by Mike February 11, 2012

“FRACKING BRILLIANT” Say the T-shirts advertising the new venture of anti-envronmental wacko film makers Ann McElhinney, Phelim McAleer, and their colleague Magda. See also the panel discussion at CPAC on overcoming the obstacles to utilising the nation’s energy resources. [jwplayer mediaid=”17524″] Update: here is their request for funding on KickStarter ; GasLand got $750K from […]

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