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1. Driving Through Gas Taxes
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The driving season is upon us. With this, motorists of all political persuasions should be aware of proposals small and… The post Driving Through Gas Taxes appeared first on IER.
Kenny Stein, IER’s Policy Director, provided testimony before the Energy Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science,… The post #23: Kenny Stein on renewable technologies, ...
3. Fossil Fuels vs. Climate Politics: Two Graphs
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An important statistic in the historiography of climate policy compares the global market share of fossil fuels from 1988 (the… The post Fossil Fuels vs. Climate Politics: Two Graphs appeared first ...
4. IER’s Kenny Stein Testifying Today on Solar and Wind Technologies
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WASHINGTON — Today, IER Policy Director Kenny Stein will testify before the Energy Subcommittee of the House Science, Space, and… The post IER’s Kenny Stein Testifying Today on Solar and Wind ...
5. Climate Lawsuits Have Cities Seeing Green
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In my last article I discussed atmospheric trust litigation (ATL), the latest crusade among radical environmentalists to impose through the… The post Climate Lawsuits Have Cities Seeing Green appeared ...
6. Do We Really Have a Decade Left to Solve Climate Change?
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Wise alecks on social media noted with amusement how Beto O’Rourke recently claimed humans had only ten years to act… The post Do We Really Have a Decade Left to Solve Climate Change? appeared first ...
Americans are blessed to live in a democratic republic. Individuals and organizations that seek to effect political change must garner… The post Environmental Activism by Court Order: The Dangerous ...
8. The Afterlife of Electric Vehicles: Battery Recycling and Repurposing
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By 2040, more than half of new-car sales and a third of the global fleet—equal to 559 million vehicles—is projected… The post The Afterlife of Electric Vehicles: Battery Recycling and Repurposing ...
9. Pipeline Bans Make Transporting Natural Gas by Rail an Economic Necessity
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Natural gas pipelines are having a hard time getting built in the United States despite the advantages that natural gas… The post Pipeline Bans Make Transporting Natural Gas by Rail an Economic ...
With a booming economy, the United States consumed a record high of 101.3 quadrillion Btu of energy in 2018–3.5 percent… The post U.S. Reached Record Energy Consumption in 2018; Fossil Energy ...
11. Pennsylvania Should Choose Markets Over Mandates
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There are currently bills working their way through the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and Senate that would provide subsidies to… The post Pennsylvania Should Choose Markets Over Mandates ...
12. Guardian Article Admits Socialism Necessary to Stop Climate Change
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A recent article by Phil McDuff in The Guardian carries the headline, “Ending climate change requires the end of capitalism.… The post Guardian Article Admits Socialism Necessary to Stop Climate ...
13. The United States Is a Major Energy Exporting Nation
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The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) five-year outlook expects that the United States will overtake Russia and potentially Saudi Arabia as… The post The United States Is a Major Energy ...
14. New Jersey Consumers Should Expect Electricity Rate Increases
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People who believe that wind and solar power are lowering their electric bills should look at New Jersey. Garden State… The post New Jersey Consumers Should Expect Electricity Rate Increases appeared ...
15. #22: Rob Allerman, of PRT, on energy forecasting
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Rob Allerman, the senior director of power analytics at Pattern Recognition Technologies, joins the show to discuss the importance of… The post #22: Rob Allerman, of PRT, on energy forecasting appeared ...
16. Wind and Solar Tax Credits
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Summary: The U.S. Treasury estimates that the Production Tax Credit will cost taxpayers $40.12 billion from 2018 to 2027, making it the most… The post Wind and Solar Tax Credits appeared first on ...
17. The Mirage of a “Rational Green New Deal”: Comment on Holman Jenkins Jr.
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There are few editorialists that many of us enjoy more than Holman W. Jenkins Jr. His twice-weekly “Business World” columns… The post The Mirage of a “Rational Green New Deal”: Comment on Holman ...
18. U.S. LNG Exports Soar as New Capacity Comes On-Line
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In 2018, over one trillion cubic feet of liquefied natural gas (LNG) was exported from U.S. liquefaction terminals—an increase of… The post U.S. LNG Exports Soar as New Capacity Comes On-Line appeared ...
According to a report released by the WIRES group, the transmission trade association, the Brattle Group evaluated two scenarios that… The post Increased Electrification and Renewable Energy Require ...
20. #21: Chris Brown, of the CSPR, on the economic impacts of SB-181 in Colorado
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The team sits down with Chris Brown, director of policy & research at Common Sense Policy Roundtable, to discuss what… The post #21: Chris Brown, of the CSPR, on the economic impacts of SB-181 ...
21. The Province of Alberta Shows Dangers of a Carbon Tax “Deal”
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The Fraser Institute in Canada recently released my study critiquing the province of Alberta’s approach to carbon pricing. My analysis… The post The Province of Alberta Shows Dangers of a Carbon ...
U.S. coal exports reached their third-highest annual level in 2018 at 116 million short tons, third to the 126 million… The post U.S. Coal Exports Increased in 2018 as Countries Continue Their Consumption ...
23. Europe is Using Wood from U.S. Forests to Replace Fossil Fuels
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European Union nations are consuming wood, or “biomass,” to meet their obligations under the Paris climate agreement. In 2009, the… The post Europe is Using Wood from U.S. Forests to Replace Fossil ...
Weather has a major effect on the productivity of wind turbines. Both the Polar Vortex and El Niño have reduced… The post Wind Generation Fails in Midwest Due to Weather Events: Polar Vortex and ...
25. The Outrageous Cost of the Green New Deal
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Both fans and foes of the so-called Green New Deal (GND) agree that it is a wildly ambitious set of… The post The Outrageous Cost of the Green New Deal appeared first on IER.
Allen Gilmer, founder and executive chairman of Drillinginfo, joined the show to discuss why and how he created the service… The post #20: Allen Gilmer, of Drillinginfo, on information & technology ...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently released its draft report on the Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks,… The post U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Long-Term Decline ...
28. Responding to the Green New Deal: Don’t Stop Short
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In the forthcoming cover story of National Review magazine, Travis Kavulla, energy director of the R Street Institute, offers advice… The post Responding to the Green New Deal: Don’t Stop Short ...
29. BP Forecasts Global Energy Demand Will Continue to Increase
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According to BP’s Energy Outlook 2019, global energy demand will continue to increase because of a growing population, with rising… The post BP Forecasts Global Energy Demand Will Continue to Increase ...
30. Massachusetts and New York Settle for Expensive Offshore Wind
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Try building a natural gas pipeline in Massachusetts or New York and you will hit a brick wall. As a… The post Massachusetts and New York Settle for Expensive Offshore Wind appeared first on IER. ...
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