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New Climate Disclosure Laws Will Hurt Business, Won’t Help Planet

When author and journalist Tom Wolfe coined the term “statusphere” – in which participants compete for prestige within a groupthink bubble – he didn’t have the California Legislature of the 21st century in mind. But he could have. In California, it’s routine for lawmakers to pass bills that have little ...
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Read about Sacramento offshore power deal

Deal on Offshore Power is Latest Fool’s Game on Green Energy

Wind farms will supposedly produce 25% (or 25 gigawatts, which would be enough power for 25 million homes) of California’s electricity after the state completes its 2045 transition to an energy grid free of fossil fuels and nuclear power. As the Times story indicates, there are zero offshore wind turbines ...
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Read latest on California's ill fated hydrogen push

California’s Hydrogen Bomb

CalMatters reported in August that even “as California steers away from the internal combustion engine, the rapid transition is fueling a fight in the Capitol over how large a role hydrogen fuel cells will play in powering the clean cars of the future.” The only question, then, is how much ...
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Read about latest CA green subsidies

PRI comments featured in SD Union-Tribune story on State Funding More EV Chargers

California spending $38M in rebates for EV chargers in low-income areas, including San Diego By Rob Nikolewski If you run an organization in a low-income area of San Diego County and are contemplating building electric vehicle charging stations, you can apply to receive a rebate from the state . . ...
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Failure of Electric Bus Maker Latest Sign of Trouble in Path to State’s All-EV Future

The wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round but it’s not a smooth ride when the powerplant is a battery. Proterra, the Burlingame, California, company that makes electric buses as well as large trucks, vans and components for other manufacturers, has filed for bankruptcy. Just as Barack Obama hyped ...
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Here’s Another Reason Why Electric Cars Will Cost You More: Repair Costs

Because they have a history of self-arson, EVs are an “insurance concern,” says Duggan Flanakin of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow. But when they’re not burning on the street, in garages, setting homes ablaze, or making cargo ship fires far worse than they otherwise would have been (and sometimes ...
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Read about new CA green mandate

Outlawing Commercial Gas Ovens Latest Government Hit on Minority Workers

You may have missed it, but there was another shot fired last week in the war by California bureaucrats against gas-powered appliances. The South Coast Air Quality Management District – the unelected body given sweeping regulatory powers in the name of reducing air pollution in Southern California – passed a ...
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The Dark Side Of California’s Solar System

The city of Los Angeles has a Department of Water and Power, the largest of its kind in the U.S. From this we are to understand that there is a synergistic connection between the two commodities. Yet one is crowding out the other in California’s race to an all-renewables electrical ...
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Biden’s Cash Is Merely A Drop in the Bucket of What an All-Renewable Future Needs

President Biden headlined a Palo Alto event this week touting what Gov. Newsom’s office called “new investments in climate action and clean energy.” In between a series of high-priced Bay Area fundraisers for his re-election campaign, Biden, with Newsom by his side, announced “$67 million (in federal funds) to help ...
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California: Green For Me But Not For Thee

Unsurprisingly, Californians are also using other states as junkyards. CalMatters recently reported that “California regulations may stop at the border, but its waste does not.” “​​Since 2010, about 43 percent of California-only hazardous waste has been transported out of state – much of it to Arizona and Utah landfills,” the ...
Blog

Read about latest costly green mandate

New Climate Disclosure Laws Will Hurt Business, Won’t Help Planet

When author and journalist Tom Wolfe coined the term “statusphere” – in which participants compete for prestige within a groupthink bubble – he didn’t have the California Legislature of the 21st century in mind. But he could have. In California, it’s routine for lawmakers to pass bills that have little ...
Blog

Read about Sacramento offshore power deal

Deal on Offshore Power is Latest Fool’s Game on Green Energy

Wind farms will supposedly produce 25% (or 25 gigawatts, which would be enough power for 25 million homes) of California’s electricity after the state completes its 2045 transition to an energy grid free of fossil fuels and nuclear power. As the Times story indicates, there are zero offshore wind turbines ...
Blog

Read latest on California's ill fated hydrogen push

California’s Hydrogen Bomb

CalMatters reported in August that even “as California steers away from the internal combustion engine, the rapid transition is fueling a fight in the Capitol over how large a role hydrogen fuel cells will play in powering the clean cars of the future.” The only question, then, is how much ...
Environment

Read about latest CA green subsidies

PRI comments featured in SD Union-Tribune story on State Funding More EV Chargers

California spending $38M in rebates for EV chargers in low-income areas, including San Diego By Rob Nikolewski If you run an organization in a low-income area of San Diego County and are contemplating building electric vehicle charging stations, you can apply to receive a rebate from the state . . ...
Blog

Read about latest green mandate failure

Failure of Electric Bus Maker Latest Sign of Trouble in Path to State’s All-EV Future

The wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round but it’s not a smooth ride when the powerplant is a battery. Proterra, the Burlingame, California, company that makes electric buses as well as large trucks, vans and components for other manufacturers, has filed for bankruptcy. Just as Barack Obama hyped ...
Blog

Read latest on California's green mandates

Here’s Another Reason Why Electric Cars Will Cost You More: Repair Costs

Because they have a history of self-arson, EVs are an “insurance concern,” says Duggan Flanakin of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow. But when they’re not burning on the street, in garages, setting homes ablaze, or making cargo ship fires far worse than they otherwise would have been (and sometimes ...
Blog

Read about new CA green mandate

Outlawing Commercial Gas Ovens Latest Government Hit on Minority Workers

You may have missed it, but there was another shot fired last week in the war by California bureaucrats against gas-powered appliances. The South Coast Air Quality Management District – the unelected body given sweeping regulatory powers in the name of reducing air pollution in Southern California – passed a ...
Blog

The Dark Side Of California’s Solar System

The city of Los Angeles has a Department of Water and Power, the largest of its kind in the U.S. From this we are to understand that there is a synergistic connection between the two commodities. Yet one is crowding out the other in California’s race to an all-renewables electrical ...
Blog

Biden’s Cash Is Merely A Drop in the Bucket of What an All-Renewable Future Needs

President Biden headlined a Palo Alto event this week touting what Gov. Newsom’s office called “new investments in climate action and clean energy.” In between a series of high-priced Bay Area fundraisers for his re-election campaign, Biden, with Newsom by his side, announced “$67 million (in federal funds) to help ...
Blog

California: Green For Me But Not For Thee

Unsurprisingly, Californians are also using other states as junkyards. CalMatters recently reported that “California regulations may stop at the border, but its waste does not.” “​​Since 2010, about 43 percent of California-only hazardous waste has been transported out of state – much of it to Arizona and Utah landfills,” the ...
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