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United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson is taking lessons from U.S. Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden and has flip-flopped… The post U.K. to Spend Billions on Offshore Wind, Placing ...
2. The Biden-Harris Ticket Thinks Renewable Energy Is Carbon-Free
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Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden’s “Clean Energy Standard” is a push to get what Biden and his running mate… The post The Biden-Harris Ticket Thinks Renewable Energy Is Carbon-Free ...
3. Renewable Fuel Standard Policy Brief
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Most motor gasoline sold in the United States contains up to 10 percent ethanol (E10). Under free market conditions, some… The post Renewable Fuel Standard Policy Brief appeared first on IER.  ...
4. Joe Biden Can’t Decide If He Supports the Green New Deal
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Biden waffled in the first presidential debate of the general election season on whether his climate plan was the “Green… The post Joe Biden Can’t Decide If He Supports the Green New Deal appeared ...
On May 21, the Ohio Power Siting Board recommended conditional approval of the $126 million Icebreaker six-turbine wind project proposed… The post Lake Erie Wind Farm Gets a Reprieve; New York Interested ...
6. The Energy Update – Week of September 14, 2020
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This week the team highlights recent articles focusing on California’s wildfires, renewable energy capacity, and other issues facing the state.… The post The Energy Update – Week of ...
7. New York State Deceives Its Residents on Renewable Energy
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During the height of the coronavirus pandemic, the New York State legislature passed a bill that gave the New York… The post New York State Deceives Its Residents on Renewable Energy appeared first ...
8. China Dominates the Global Lithium Battery Market
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After years of planning, China now dominates the world’s production of new generation batteries that are used in electric vehicles and most portable… The post China Dominates the Global Lithium ...
9. Green Labor Day, Not!
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So many want to forget 2020, but let’s make this Labor Day one to remember.  A day to remember what… The post Green Labor Day, Not! appeared first on IER.
10. The Bitter Truth Behind The Biden-Harris Green Energy Future
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Transitioning to 100% renewable energy sounds like a sweet deal, right?  And, sure, who doesn’t like the idea of saving… The post The Bitter Truth Behind The Biden-Harris Green Energy Future appeared ...
The Maryland Public Service Commission ruled that Ørsted, the Danish multinational offshore wind developer of the Skipjack Wind Farm, could… The post Maryland Rules in Favor of Offshore Wind Developer, ...
California set its first renewable portfolio standard in 2002 and currently requires 60 percent of its generation to come from… The post Biden’s “Clean Energy Standard” Will Increase Electricity ...
13. Biden’s Electricity Plan Follows California’s Lead
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California prides itself on being at the forefront of the so-called energy transition, having set its first renewable portfolio standard… The post Biden’s Electricity Plan Follows California’s Lead ...
14. The Energy Update – Week of August 17, 2020
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This week the team highlights articles focusing on the problems created by California’s renewable energy mandates including blackouts and price… The post The Energy Update – Week of ...
15. Plugged In Podcast #57: Lisa Linowes on Wind Industry Subsidies
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Lisa Linowes, of WindAction, joins the show to discuss serious problems with the wind energy industry and how government intervention,… The post Plugged In Podcast #57: Lisa Linowes on Wind Industry ...
California does it again. In 2001, California experienced rolling blackouts due to energy market manipulation by energy wholesalers and a… The post Renewable Mandates Are Leading to Electricity ...
17. The Siren Song of Wind Power: Impending Competitiveness
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“The wind PTC was initially passed in 1992 as a temporary incentive to help a then fledgling industry… However, after… The post The Siren Song of Wind Power: Impending Competitiveness appeared first ...
18. Wind Energy Subsidies vs. Oil and Gas Tax Deductions
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The wind and solar industries have been lobbying Congress to extend the production tax credit and the investment tax credit… The post Wind Energy Subsidies vs. Oil and Gas Tax Deductions appeared ...
19. Analysis Inflates Clean Energy Job Losses Due to Pandemic
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According to an analysis by BW Research, the clean energy industry added 106,000 jobs in June, but employment in the… The post Analysis Inflates Clean Energy Job Losses Due to Pandemic appeared ...
20. The Energy Update – Week of July 20, 2020
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This week the team highlights articles focusing on problems with Joe Biden’s proposal to restructure America’s economy around renewable energy,… The post The Energy Update – Week ...
21. Virginians Turn to Expensive Energy
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Virginia has just completed installing two wind turbines off the coast of Virginia Beach, costing $300 million, to demonstrate a proof… The post Virginians Turn to Expensive Energy appeared first ...
22. Biden’s “Made in America” Does Not Jive With His Energy Policies
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In Biden’s July 9th speech in Pennsylvania, he embarked on his “Build Back Better” campaign that includes retooling and revitalizing… The post Biden’s “Made in America” Does Not Jive ...
23. Germany, Like the U.S., Needs to Reform Its Renewable Power Approach
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Germany heavily taxes its power consumers for the added cost of wind and solar power. Power consumers make up the… The post Germany, Like the U.S., Needs to Reform Its Renewable Power Approach appeared ...
24. BOEM’s Environmental Review of Offshore Wind Farms
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The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s (BOEM) draft supplemental environmental review for Vineyard Wind off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard… The post BOEM’s Environmental Review of Offshore ...
25. IRS Grants Wind and Solar Safe Harbor Provisions
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The Internal Revenue Service extended the “safe harbor” provisions under the wind and solar tax credits to account for delays… The post IRS Grants Wind and Solar Safe Harbor Provisions appeared ...
26. Lake Erie Wind Project Gets Approval from Ohio
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Ohio has approved the Icebreaker wind farm in Lake Erie, which will be North America’s first offshore freshwater project, if… The post Lake Erie Wind Project Gets Approval from Ohio appeared ...
27. DOE Lab Finds Wind Output Plunges When Tax Credits End
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Investor Warren Buffet once famously said: “For example, on wind energy, we get a tax credit if we build a… The post DOE Lab Finds Wind Output Plunges When Tax Credits End appeared first on ...
28. Global Renewable Capacity Will Increase Despite the Coronavirus Pandemic
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According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), 167 gigawatts of renewable capacity are expected to be added in 2020—a decline… The post Global Renewable Capacity Will Increase Despite the Coronavirus ...
29. The Energy Update – Week of May 11 2020
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This week the team highlights new articles focusing on Virginia’s new renewable energy legislation, energy production predictions from the IEA,… The post The Energy Update – Week of ...
30. We Disagree with You, So Shut Up
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A cage fight has recently erupted among the Environmental Left.  It pits those who want to eliminate affordable energy against… The post We Disagree with You, So Shut Up appeared first on IER.
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