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Electricity generation with 100% renewables is a fantasy
(December 3, 2022) Breaking down the high cost of renewables based on the data.
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Lawrence Solomon: Why Jews like climate policy
The Jewish drive to protect Israel by promoting nuclear and renewables was counterproductive, because it helped send society down the wrong road. Continue reading
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Lawrence Solomon: The Green Goliath takes on nuclear
The renewable industry is wrong to claim that it is cost effective. Continue reading
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Windmills: If you see one of these starting to smoke…RUN!
Lawrence Solomon: Renewables now bigger than nuclear
(May 18, 2011) The world now has more renewable electricity capacity than nuclear capacity, according to a recent report from the Worldwatch Institute. According to its World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2010–2011, just four types of renewables — wind, small-scale hydro, solar, and biomass – accounted for 381 gigawatts (GW) of capacity at the end of 2010, edging past nuclear power’s 375 GW of capacity. Continue reading
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Lawrence Solomon: What Hudak failed to say
(May 11, 2011) In a much ballyhooed speech yesterday, would-be Ontario Premier Tim Hudak promised to kill the financing method that Premier Dalton McGuinty uses to build wind turbines. But Hudak doesn’t promise to kill wind turbines. He merely proposes some alternative financing method, not yet described, to bring Ontarians more wind turbines. Hudak’s wind turbines will also be uneconomic, just less so than McGuinty’s. Continue reading
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Lawrence Solomon: Don’t count on constant electricity under renewable energy, says UK electricity CEO
(May 5, 2011) Wind power will require lifestyle change Continue reading
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Local Distribution Companies – Is Anyone Watching?
(April 18, 2011) Parker Gallant argues that Ontario needs to set cost and performance benchmarks for local electricity distribution companies, and encourage mergers amongst them to increase efficiency. Continue reading