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  • ECOPOLITICS
    L.A. suburb says no to solar
    Many government bureaucrats have become cult followers for all things “green.” So they rush to process, approve, and excuse many environmental impacts of proposed renewable energy projects. Wind and solar power alternatives have become...
  • Energy is Everything part 2
    Energy is Everything part 2
    Energy is Everything - using fossil fuels There are other reasons for using the sun for electricity, which has to do with how fossil fuel usage affects us. The biggest problem beside pollution with fossil fuels is the planet is not making them...
  • REFF West microgrids
    What are the barriers to microgrids adoption?
    In California, community-based aggregation initiatives are on the rise, where non-traditional electricity models are implemented. While legislative, regulatory, and market factors vary from state to state, California is a leader in this trend,...
  • Green Gone Wrong
    Green by the numbers
    It is widely recognized that the Obama administration has transparently directed government money to secure his partisan voter blocks in every election. No where is this cronyism more evident than with his “green” environmental...
  • Green Gone Wrong
    VA goes green at expense of Vets' healthcare
    If we’ve learned anything from five years of partisan, government-growing Democrat rule in Washington, it is that all of your concerns about the failures and corruption of our bloated central government are fully validated under Pres. Obama...
  • JVSV -EStorage 2014
    What's next for energy storage for demand-side electricity management
    Energy storage is enabling the deployment of more renewable sources and distributed assets on the grid. Common commercial needs, current battery innovations, and predicted breakthroughs present a flourishing playing-field in the San Francisco Bay...
  • Eco-friendly business
    Feds pump $4 billion into green business loans
    At the end of last year, President Barack Obama said he wanted the government to lead by example and implement plans to nearly triple renewable energy sources for electricity by 2020, with the goal of reducing pollution, boosting sustainable power...
  • Climate Risk Hurricane East Coast
    Climate Risk - The implications for investors and businesses
    A relatively new economic concept called Climate Risk is being incorporated into general risk management practices. Climate Risk refers to the minimization of the financial risks of climate change by transitioning to a clean energy future. When we...
  • Wind farm
    California-style wind farms for Scotland?
    'Not in my backyard’ was the unsaid message of Donald Trump’s ad campaign against wind farms in Scotland. The ADA (Advertising Standards Authority) in Britain banned the ads on grounds they were misleading.Trump has real estate in...
  • Calif. Gov. signs more job-killing green laws
    Calif. Gov. signs more job-killing green laws
    In 2010, Californians again elected paleo-liberal Governor Jerry Brown. This after Brown in his previous gubernatorial terms enacted laws to unionize government worker whose salary and benefit demands now shackle the state’s economy with...
  • Green money. Dirty money. Your money!
    Green money. Dirty money. Your money!
    It is widely recognized that the Obama administration has transparently directed government money to secure his partisan voter blocks for his re-election. No where is this cronyism more evident than with his “green” environmental...
  • ECOPOLITICS
    When renewable power fails
    The myopic climate crusaders’ push to adopt novel wind and solar power has failed to ensure that future electric power supplies can meet demand when these “renewable” energy sources predictably fail to meet demands. Countries...
  • The power of one
    Developing a strategy for alternative energy progress
    Alternative energy progress has been slow since the early 2000’s. The propellants have all dried up leaving a few dominate figures in solar, wind, and other renewables. Developing a strategy has been a problem because many different...
  • Green Action Group at Oak Park 4th of July Parade
    Chicago suburb sets green example: Oak Park church opts for alternative energy
    It is so nice to hear things like this. It is pretty amazing what small communities can do to make a difference and the Chicago suburb of Oak Park is definitely making a difference. Just this past Thursday, July 28th, the Euclid Avenue United...
  • Christmas parrty
    Christmas party
    Heartland Renewable Energy Society, HRES, has set a date for their annual Christmas party. The party well be held Friday, December 3, 2010 from 7:00 to 9:30 P.M. at the “Project Living Proof” house at 917 Emanuel Cleaver Blvd in Kansas...