Energy

California’s Energy Policies Hurt Minority Citizens the Most

by Jude Clemente
Real Clear Energy

“The wind and the sun may be free, but deriving electricity from them is anything but.  California’s residential electricity price in 2020 was 20.50 cents per kWh, or 55% higher than the national average of 13.20 cents – an expensive energy problem that is only getting worse,” says Jude Clemente, writing for realclearenergy.org.

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Is It Time to Put Wind Energy on Ice?

by Gordon Tomb
Real Clear Energy

“Even before ice-covered wind turbines contributed to massive power failures in a Texas cold snap this month, the viability of air-driven machines as reliable and economical generators of electricity was in question. Moreover, suspect at best is the claim that this technology is environmentally preferable to conventional energy sources,” according to Real Clear Energy.

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Opposing Natural Gas Pipelines Means Opposing Natural Gas Users

by Benjamin R. Dierker
Real Clear Energy

“With politics governing energy and climate policy, people must remain central. Half of U.S. homes currently rely on natural gas for heating, while over half of food services and 38% of the energy generated nationwide for schools, hospitals, and communities require natural gas. When pipelines are blocked, development is restricted. When natural gas is prevented from reaching the market, vulnerable people are harmed,” according to Real Clear Energy.

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Indiana House Passes Bill to Protect the Right to Use Natural Gas in Businesses and Homes

by H. Sterling Burnett
The Heartland Institute

“The bill’s sponsors,” according to The Heartland Institute, ” and those testifying in favor of HB 1191 say the legislation secures consumers’ abilities to choose to use natural gas, which is commonly cheaper and more reliable than electricity, to cook, to heat buildings, to heat water, and for industrial uses”.

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A Deep Green Freeze

by the Editorial Board
The Wall Street Journal

“Blame a perfect storm of bad government policies, timing and weather. Coal and nuclear are the most reliable sources of power. But competition from heavily subsidized wind power and inexpensive natural gas, combined with stricter emissions regulation, has caused coal’s share of Texas’s electricity to plunge by more than half in a decade to 18%,” says the Wall Street Journal.

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Interior Secretary Nominee on Collision Course With Oil Industry

by Timothy Puku
The Wall Street Journal

“The Democratic congresswoman from New Mexico has joined with pipeline protesters, supported the Green New Deal and opposed fracking on public lands. For a cabinet post that oversees the government’s longstanding, multibillion-dollar partnership with drillers on federal lands, Ms. Haaland’s environmental politics are in contrast to those of her predecessors”, according to Timothy Puku, writing for the Wall Street Journal.

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Despite Covid-19, US Oil and Natural Gas Exports Hitting Record Levels

by Jude Clemente
Real Clear Energy

“Americans should realize that oil and gas account for 70% of our energy supply. The reality is that blocking pipelines and development does nothing to lower demand, it just makes getting access to these irreplaceable products more difficult,” says Jude Clemente, writing for Real Clear Energy.

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