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1. China’s Actions Defy Commitment to Carbon Neutrality
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China is not only building coal-fired plants in its own country, but it is also building them around the world.… The post China’s Actions Defy Commitment to Carbon Neutrality appeared first on IER. ...
2. New York To Purchase Batteries to Back-Up Offshore Wind
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New York will purchase a 100-megawatt battery system to back up its offshore wind fleet, which is expected to total… The post New York To Purchase Batteries to Back-Up Offshore Wind appeared first ...
Record cold temperatures have hit parts of Europe and Asia causing electricity prices to spike as the normal generating supplies… The post Extreme Cold and Lower Renewable Energy Output Spike Electricity ...
4. Jumbo Wind Turbines to Dot Earth’s Coastlines
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The Netherlands has erected a test model for a new series of giant offshore wind turbines planned by General Electric… The post Jumbo Wind Turbines to Dot Earth’s Coastlines appeared first on IER. ...
5. The Energy Update – Week of January 11th, 2021
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This week the team highlights recent articles focusing on local opposition to municipal natural gas bans in California and the… The post The Energy Update – Week of January 11th, 2021 appeared ...
6. Helium Is Instrumental in Semiconductor Manufacturing
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Liquid helium, an inert gas extracted from natural gas harvesting, has several properties that are leveraged in the semiconductor manufacturing process. Because… The post Helium Is Instrumental ...
7. China’s Economy Is Based on Fossil Fuels
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China’s economy is based on fossil fuels (hydrocarbons), which generate 86 percent of its primary energy consumption. China’s investments in… The post China’s Economy Is Based on Fossil Fuels appeared ...
8. Wind Power Problems Rise to Prominence
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People from California to New York and from France to Germany are becoming aware of the problems with wind power… The post Wind Power Problems Rise to Prominence appeared first on IER.
9. Climate Injustice
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What is the most we should take from a poor person to make somebody who is already four times as… The post Climate Injustice appeared first on IER.
10. Congress Extended Tax Credits for Renewables, Despite Their Limited Output
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The U.S. Congress recently passed a massive spending bill that includes $35 billion in energy research and development programs, a two-year… The post Congress Extended Tax Credits for Renewables, ...
11. Fighting Back Against California’s Natural Gas Bans
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Some 40 communities in California have implemented bans or restrictions on the use of natural gas, which have ignited a… The post Fighting Back Against California’s Natural Gas Bans appeared first ...
Mr. Biden pledged during the campaign to eliminate oil-and-gas permitting on federal lands; doing so would be devastating to Western states.… The post The Impact of Biden’s Pledge to Eliminate Permitting ...
13. Oil and Gas Industry Produces Helium Needed in MRI Equipment
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Liquid helium, an inert gas extracted from natural gas harvesting, is essential in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) equipment because it is cold… The post Oil and Gas Industry Produces Helium Needed ...
14. Joyous Holiday Lighting Closes 2020
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We love the holiday season — the decorations, starry lights, religious displays and multicultural celebrations that light up cities and… The post Joyous Holiday Lighting Closes 2020 appeared first ...
Dr. Ellen R. Wald, a senior fellow with the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center and the president of Transversal Consulting,… The post Plugged In Podcast #66: Dr. Ellen Wald on the Role of Plastics ...
16. Oil and Gas Contributions to Coronavirus Vaccines Policy Brief
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Summary:  The “miracle vaccines” for Covid-19 would not be possible without the huge contributions of America’s first-in-the-world supplies of oil… The post Oil and Gas Contributions to Coronavirus ...
The Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) that many East Coast states will be party to is expected to take effect… The post Transportation and Climate Initiative Rolls On, Despite the Economic ...
18. Carbon Tax Update, December 2020
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As Joe Biden begins to fill out his roster on the environment, we can see a definite tilt emerging towards… The post Carbon Tax Update, December 2020 appeared first on IER.
19. China Needs Its Coal Fleet to Power Its Rising Electric Vehicle Fleet
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China is building an enormous coal-fired fleet—more than the entire generating fleet of the United States from all sources, despite… The post China Needs Its Coal Fleet to Power Its Rising Electric ...
IER Board of Directors member professor Steven Hayward joins the show to discuss his recent run-in with collegiate ‘cancel culture’… The post Plugged In Podcast #65: Steven F. Hayward ...
21. No Good News on CO2 Allowed
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“Support for climate science has been steadily undermined by politicians catering to businesses dependent on fossil fuels and by religious… The post No Good News on CO2 Allowed appeared first on ...
22. Politicizing Business: From CSR to ESG
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Corporate social responsibility (CSR)… stakeholder theory … sustainability … environmental, social, and governance investing (ESG). Whatever the term, the premise… The post Politicizing Business: ...
23. The Energy Update – Week of December 14th, 2020
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This week the team highlights a recent article detailing Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s efforts to override the state legislature and… The post The Energy Update – Week of December ...
24. United Arab Emirates’ First Nuclear Reactor Reaches Full Power
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The United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) first commercial nuclear reactor came up to full power in Abu Dhabi this week. Emirates… The post United Arab Emirates’ First Nuclear Reactor Reaches Full Power ...
25. WildEarthers v. the People of New Mexico
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Oil and gas is a preeminent economic positive for the state of New Mexico. The industry provides over 130,000 jobs… The post WildEarthers v. the People of New Mexico appeared first on IER.
26. China’s New Export Control Law
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China dominates the production and export of rare earth elements and other critical metals needed for renewable energy (solar and… The post China’s New Export Control Law appeared first on IER. ...
27. The Energy Update – Week of December 7th, 2020
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This week the team highlights recent articles focusing on the United States reducing its carbon emissions again in 2019, and… The post The Energy Update – Week of December 7th, 2020 appeared ...
With the election over and the riots quieted, it is back to Michael Moore and Jeff Gibbs’s influential “Planet of… The post Long-standing Eco-warnings Against Renewables Reinforce ‘Planet ...
29. French Fishermen Join U.S. Fishermen in Fighting Offshore Wind
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French fisherman have declared that they would rather die fighting than allow an approved offshore wind farm to be built… The post French Fishermen Join U.S. Fishermen in Fighting Offshore Wind ...
30. Poland is the Thorn in the Side of the EU’s 2030 Climate Plan
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The European Commission has proposed a 55 percent greenhouse gas reduction target for 2030. Poland, however, refused to agree to… The post Poland is the Thorn in the Side of the EU’s 2030 Climate ...
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