Wind Power

Could Your Solar-Powered Neighbors Increase the Odds of a Power Outage?

by Steve MacDonald February 13, 2017

National Geographic suggests that your solar powered neighbors could increase the likelihood of power outages when you need power the most. In an age when more homeowners are using solar panels to generate their own electricity, bad weather usually limits the output of these devices and increases the amount of energy the utility must supply, […]

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It isn’t Easy Being Green

by Steve MacDonald December 6, 2016

South Australia has learned a hard lesson. It not only isn’t easy being green, it is ill advised if you’d like to stay in the First World club. The South Australian Government, the world’s green energy crash test dummy, appears to have thrown in the towel. In the wake of economically damaging outages and vigorous […]

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The Principle Behind Wind Power

by Steve MacDonald October 7, 2016

H/T TDCSB

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Why “Green” Energy?

by Steve MacDonald December 26, 2012

If you wanted to bring western civilization down, give it a good beating for all its so-called malfeasance, what better way than to make it near impossible to sustain the things that made being a western civilization all it was cracked up to be? Consider that which makes us or any of our allies any […]

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There is a difference between the Free Market and the Government Market

by Skip September 20, 2012

And TreeHugger decided to demonstrate that, with clueless irony, all on their own.  Yes, one more from TreeHugger that shows that Environmentalism has really left its roots of DOING environmental work and very much all about getting Big Government and its big teat (and very much, dependent on that teat) to do it instead as […]

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