Post Tagged with: "wind mills"

April 5, 2013 06:37

Green Mandates Destroy NC Economy

NC became “a leader in unemployment, a leader in job stagnation and a leader in economic misery” after adopting renewable energy mandates that neighboring states did not adopt. NC industries spent $215 MILLION more for energy than they would have without the mandates. States with renewable energy mandates average 38% higher electricity rates for consumers with some like New York paying double.

October 24, 2012 05:56

Wind and Solar are Worse than Coal and Waste Gas

Political force-feeding of wind and solar energy does more harm to the natural environment than coal, affects the local climate, hits consumers with unnecessary costs and threatens industry with power failures.

August 29, 2012 05:33

Germany’s failed “renewable” energy policy

How futile and ultimately harmful the quest for hydrocarbon-free “green” energy actually is – and how hypocritical Al Gore, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and other eco activists are, when they tell the rest of the world how to live.

August 23, 2012 05:43

Green energy? Buyer beware!

In 2010 wind energy technologies received $5 billion in federal (taxpayer) subsidies, or $56.29 per megawatt-hour of electricity actually generated, and photovoltaic solar power received $968 million or $775.64 per mWh of actual electricity – while reliable natural gas-generated electricity received a paltry 64 cents per mWh.

September 2, 2011 06:45

Our least sustainable energy option

From a land use, economic, environmental or raw materials perspective, wind is unsustainable

October 9, 2010 08:03

High and Hidden Costs: There is Nothing Free about the Wind

An island off the coast of Maine, suddenly became loud and unbearable when utilities operating three new wind turbines flipped the switch to “on.”

June 16, 2010 10:15

Obama’s speech: There’s a pipe spewing a gazillion gobs of oil into the gulf, so let’s build more windmills

Obama was like a Harvard-trained nurse talking vacation to a new patient bleeding all over the ER floor. Hello, could we please stop the blood flow here before we discuss the long-term recovery?