…Endangerment Finding Must Go… As a result of the Supreme Court’s decision in Massachusetts v. EPA, 549 U.S. 497 (2007), the EPA issued its Endangerment Finding. Endangerment Finding, December 2009: “The [EPA] Administrator finds that the current and projected concentrations Continue reading Endangerment Finding Must Go
…Misleading Costs for Wind and Solar?… Recently the media has reported that wind and solar were competitive with coal and natural gas for generating electricity. The Wall Street Journal, for example, published an article with a headline, Economic impact of Continue reading Misleading Costs for Wind and Solar?
…Physics and PV Solar… PV solar has fundamental limitations that won’t go away, even though solar energy is abundant. According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA) “solar energy is the most abundant energy resource on earth … More than 10,000 Continue reading Physics and PV Solar
…Climate Models for the Layman… Climate Models for the Layman is the title of Doctor Judith Curry’s latest paper. Dr. Curry retired recently from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she held the positions of Professor and Chair of the Continue reading Climate Models for the Layman
…Forget the Great Green Fleet… One of the more dangerous programs of the last administration was the Great Green Fleet. This was promoted by then Navy Secretary Mabus. He adhered to Executive Order 13514, October 8, 2009, issued by president Continue reading Forget the Great Green Fleet
…Are Battery Powered Vehicles the Future?… The Economist Magazine made several over-the-top statements about electric vehicles in its August 21 issue, not the least of which was that the cost of ownership between an internal combustion engine powered vehicle and Continue reading Are Battery Powered Vehicles the Future?