This document just released by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency takes the cake.
Expectations that the next Aussie administration will back nuclear over renewables appears to have wrecked attempts to attract private renewable investment.
Decarbonising heating has become a bit of a Pushmi-Pullyu!
So, how is it going? The answer is that this effort is an unmitigated disaster. Let’s look into the details.
Yes, the President of the United States has pulled out a Korean War authority (Defense Production Act) to fight against American energy that Americans prefer.
I assume they expect you to stick your car in the lift and push it into your kitchen to charge up.
Coordinating data collection, implementing robust reporting systems, integrating sustainability practices, and documenting risk factors and processes within such a short timeframe may require substantial effort and resources.
it is completely clear that the people running New York’s supposed energy transition do not have the slightest hint of competence.
Leftist think tanks rationalising China’s dash for coal as a bureaucratic hiccup.
DOE’s recent appliance efficiency ‘determinations’ are doing more harm than good for consumers and defy objectivity and transparency processes required by the Code of Federal Regulations (the Process Rule)
At this rate Snowy 2, the keystone of Australia’s renewable energy roadmap, will take over 40 years to complete.
A green lawsuit which likely does more good than harm, by making it more difficult for financially incontinent politicians to borrow money.
Our inquiry has found that consumers’ enthusiasm for adopting one has been understandably harmed by recent shocking reports of forced installations.”
Because this is all a fantasy kept alive by government handouts, as soon as the handouts go away or even slow down, the whole thing will dry up and fade…
Basically, what we’re witnessing is the energy equivalent of ethnic cleansing under the guise of fighting the “existential threat” of anthropogenic global warming.
On the state level, Hawaii’s Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Deputy Director M. Kaleo Manuel advocated for “indigenous knowledge” and delayed a request for water diversion to fight the Maui wildfires…
Republican Rep. Byron Donalds blamed “green new deal stuff” for the devastating wildfire in Maui, saying an electric company ignored “the basic things.”
…in retrospect, it seems clear, we weren’t as focused on these fire risks as we should have been.”
There’s more to worry about here than the so-called global warming emergency.
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Instead of costly ventures with dubious returns, it might be wiser to reevaluate our stance on carbon dioxide and refocus our resources more judiciously.