Green Energy

The so-called environmentalist or Green movement is actually the biggest obstacle to a healthy human environment. For example, This movement has never supported a single practical source of energy–including CO2-free nuclear and hydroelectric–because its ideal is not human progress, but undeveloped wilderness.

The Myth of Wind and Solar “Capacity”

Last week, our Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration released an announcement and a graph that appeared to show wind as the leading new source of electricity. “Wind, natural gas, and solar made up almost all new electric generation capacity in 2015, accounting for 41%, 30%, and 26% of total additions, respectively, according to preliminary […]

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Why Green Energy Means No Energy

Here are some basic facts about energy and human well-being. There are 7 billion people in the world who need cheap, plentiful, reliable energy to flourish. Some three billion have virtually no energy by our standards. Over a billion have no electricity whatsoever. In the history of energy technology, only three methods of energy have […]

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Power Hour: Steffen Henne on the Truth About Unreliable Energy Sources

On this episode I talk to Steffen Henne, Head of Research at CIP, about the true percentage of energy production from unreliable wind and solar as well as the misleading ways proponents of “green” energy create success stories about them. Download Episode 131 with Steffen Henne Subscribe to Power Hour on iTunes Subscribe to Power […]

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Power Hour: Travis Fisher on the 100% Renewable Scam

On this episode of Power Hour I talk with Travis Fisher, an economist at the Institute for Energy Research, about the deeply dishonest claims of 100% renewable energy used by companies like Apple, Microsoft, DHL, and others. Read Travis’ article. See the score card for presidential candidates of the American Energy Alliance. Check out more […]

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Prager University: “Can We Rely on Wind and Solar Energy?”

“Is “green” energy, particularly wind and solar energy, the solution to our climate and energy problems? Or should we be relying on things like natural gas, nuclear energy, and even coal for our energy needs and environmental obligations? Alex Epstein explains.” Stay updated. Join the discussion. Tell us what you think on our Facebook page, […]

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Power Hour: Colette McLean on Living with Wind Turbines

On this episode of Power Hour I talk to Colette McLean, a resident of Ontario, who shares what life is like living around wind turbines 24 hours a day. You can read more from Colette at her blog and twitter. Download Episode 101 with Colette McLean Subscribe to Power Hour on iTunes Stay updated. Join […]

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Fossil Fuels Are The Food Of Food

We all know that fossil fuels power our machines. Often overlooked however is the vital role they play in powering humans, as the food we eat is made possible by fossil fuels. To take just one example, synthesized fertilizers are the plant-nutrient inputs that feed humanity’s food crops, and this plant food is overwhelmingly made […]

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Fossil Fuels Work. Footsteps, Hazelnuts, and Wind Energy Don’t: Alex Epstein’s Writings Through the Moral Case Release

As he said in a recent newsletter update, Alex has been “writing up a storm” since the weeks prior to the release of The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels. You’ve probably read several of the articles already as we’ve shared them around piece-by-piece. But you’ve also probably missed at least some, so much like with his People’s Climate March […]

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Obama Administration Says to #AskDrH and Alex Obliges

The White House sent an email out three Thursdays ago—the release date of Alex Epstein’s The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels, appropriately enough—telling its mailing list to go on social media and ask their Science and Technology Director John P. Holdren “questions about climate change”. While this was, of course, just a campaign to regain support for their destructive anti-fossil fuel […]

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Good News! Colder Weather Drives Energy-Related CO2 Emissions Higher

“Colder weather drives forecast of 2014 energy-related CO2 emissions 1.1% above 2013 level” reads the Federal Energy Information Administration (EIA) headline. The EIA explains that “total energy use and CO2 emission for the first six months of 2014” increased when “compared with the same period the year before,” as Americans increased heat and power usage […]

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