Summary: According to Podcasters Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris of the America Out Loud Podcast Network, the new book, “Clean Energy Exploitations – Helping citizens understand the environmental and humanity abuses that support ‘clean’ energy” is the best written and researched book in years. If there is one book that you read this year, this book is a MUST read.
Jay and Tom encourage everyone to listen to their one-hour Podcast with the books authors Ron Stein and Todd Royal to learn how wind and solar power use rare earths and other minerals derived from child and slave labor in developing countries, and to check out their interview posting “Blood Minerals Behind Wind and Solar Power”. The following is the book review by Dr. Jay Lehr posted at CFACT:
Published July 21, 2021 at CFACT
Forests once grew thousands of years ago before the most recent ice age covered the growth.
Summary: The latest reforestation of earth from the current warming cycle may be the same trees to be buried under the next cooling cycle that Mother Nature and the solar system will provide in the coming centuries.
Published July 12 at Eurasia Review
Hypocritic billionaires possess huge carbon footprints but want everyone else to reduce emissions.
Summary: While most of the world lives in poverty, billionaires insist that we should limit poor countries future access to the products and fuels from oil that are lifesaving, and one of the best ways out of poverty.
Published July 10, 2021 at Natural Gas Now
Summary: According to Podcasters Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris of the America Out Loud Podcast Network, the new book is the best written and researched book in years. If there is one book that you read this year, this book is a MUST read. They encourage everyone to listen to the one-hour Podcast, how wind and solar power use rare earths and other minerals derived from child and slave labor in developing countries, and to check out their interview posting “Blood Minerals Behind Wind and Solar Power”.Posted July 7, 2021 Podcast at America Out Loud
Smart money is not being fooled about weather dependent wind and solar being able to meet the world’s electricity needs.
Summary: Investors are betting that zero-emission electricity generation from nuclear is the trend to meet the world’s growing needs for electricity.
Published June 28, 2021 at CFACT
Oil was the cause of transportation, medical, and communication infrastructures.
Summary: After the discovery of oil a few hundred years ago, we created various modes of transportation, a medical industry, and electronics and communications systems. The oil that reduced infant mortality, extended longevity to more than 80+ and allowed the world to populate to 8 billion, is now required to provide the food, medical, and communications to maintain and grow that population.
Published June 13, 2021 at at Eurasia Review
Newly released book helps citizens understand the environmental degradation and humanity abuses that support “clean” energy.
Summary: Just for the opportunity to generate intermittent electricity dependent on favorable weather conditions, the wealthier and healthier countries like Germany, Australia, Britain, and the U.S. continue exploiting the most vulnerable people and environments globally. Now available on Amazon and eBook version.Published June 13, 2021 at CFACT
The products from oil that have reduced global deaths are now the “demons” of the world.
Summary: Just by observing the world’s poorest countries, the healthier and wealthier countries can see what lifestyles are like without the thousands of products from oil derivatives and the fuels for transportation.
Published June 10, 2021 at CFACT
Increasing electricity prices in perpetuity remains the catalyst to homelessness.
Summary: Shuttering the last zero emission generating plant in California will necessitate importing more expensive electricity from neighboring states, further increasing electricity costs to consumers, and growing the homeless population.Published June 2, 2021 at CFACT
The local Bay Area AQMD district considers actions that will reduce supplies of aviation fuels, as the Governor remains silent.
Summary: Consistent with Newsom’s actions that continually increases the costs of electricity and fuels for residents (costs that are already among the highest in the nations), he silently supports importing the aviation fuels needs for the military and airports at SFO, OAK, and SJC from halfway around the world and exposing America to a national security risk.Published May 26, 2021 at California Political Review
BAAQMD actions on Rule 6-5 would increase energy imports, generate higher worldwide emissions, and increase energy costs, for all Californians.
Summary: With California already having the highest cost for fuels in the nation, the Bay Area AQMD is proposing new ways to inflict more energy costs onto all 40 million residents of the state, and “leak” the manufacturing for the states fuel demands to other supplying countries with significantly less stringent environmental controls.Published May 23, 2021 at California Political Review
The California warning signs may be verification about the drawbacks of EV’s
Summary: The highly educated and financially well off are currently the primary owners of EV’s. Their usage of EV’s being slightly more than 5000 miles a year is a reflection that the EV is a second vehicle and not the family workhorse vehicle. Then, the growing percentage of EV owners that are switching back to gasoline cars, is a message that may deflate EV growth projections.
Published May 21, 2021 at CFACT
Facing a recall based on his financially destructive policies, he blames the Republicans, but is incapable of understanding that there are not enough Republicans to vote him out. The recall is all about the financial and homeless disasters he has created.
Summary: With the “recall” of California Governor Newsom officially on the ballot, the Governor, and all of his supporters, will be bombarded for answers to his mathematical shortcomings, dysfunctional energy policies, and Executive Orders that have inflicted financial destruction into the California economy and continues to feed the growth of poverty and homelessness.
Published May 9, 2021 at California Political Review
Facing a recall based on his financially destructive policies, he blames the Republicans, but is incapable of understanding that there are not enough Republicans to vote him out. The recall is all about the financial and homeless disasters he has created.
Summary: With the “recall” of California Governor Newsom officially on the ballot, the Governor will be bombarded for answers to his mathematical shortcomings, dysfunctional energy policies, and Executive Orders that have inflicted financial destruction into the California economy and continues to feed the growth of poverty and homelessness.
Published May 3, 2021 at California Political Review
Governor Newsom’s dysfunctional energy policies help the state achieve some of the highest costs for electricity and fuel, perpetuating energy poverty, and Mayor Garcetti spends billions solving the homeless problem.
Summary: The double whammy of California Governor’s dysfunctional energy policies is that it not only inflicts more energy poverty onto those that can least afford it, but it also promotes increases in world emissions as he wants the states’ energy demands to be met from countries halfway around the world that have significantly less environmental controls than California.
Published April 26, 2021 at California Political Review
Range Anxiety: California study may be a downer for EV excitement as it shows that EV’s are driven half as much as internal combustion engine vehicles.
Summary: California, with half the EV’s in the America, may be sending a downer message to the world’s commitment to EV’s, as the highly educated, and well compensated EV owners are not using them for the family workhorse, but using them as low mileage cars and often as second vehicles.
Published April 21, 2021 at CFACT
Dinosaurs that roamed the Earth 250 million years ago knew a world with five times more carbon dioxide than is present on Earth today.
Summary: Feeding the world’s hungry ranks among the greatest difficulties humankind has experienced. Greenhouse growers in America and China, are enhancing plant growth as they intentionally increase CO2 levels to around 1,500 ppm, or 4 times today’s CO2 levels to boost plant yield by 25 to 65 percent for the plants they are growing, to produce greater amounts of vegetables and crops for humanity.
Published April 16, 2021 at Eurasia Review
The Senator’s Bill SB 467 is racially biasing more expensive electricity and fuels onto the less fortunate that will worsen poverty, which remains a bigger challenge than minor local environmental issues.
Summary: The California Senate Natural Resources Committee could put an end to Senator Weiner (D) efforts to pursue unethical racial biasing of increasing energy expenses upon the less fortunate and increasing the states dependency on other states and foreign countries for the energy needs of California.
Published April 8, 2021 at California Political Review
Intermittent electricity CANNOT provide the oil derivatives that are the basis of thousands of products that have benefitted humanity for more than 200 years
Summary: Without the oil derivatives manufactured from crude oil, societies and economies that developed since 1900 would be drastically different without the more than 6,000 products that are the basis of lifestyles, economies, and prosperity.
Published April 8, at Heartland Institute
Energy poverty is among the most crippling but least talked-about crises of the 21st century. We should not take energy for granted…
Summary: The wealthier countries like America, Germany, and Australia, with some of the highest costs for electricity and fuels in the world, continue with increasing regressive expenses that takes up a lot bigger chunk of the budget of a lower middle-class family than it does an upper middle-class one.
Published April 6, 2021 at CFACT
California is the only state in contiguous America that relies on most of its oil demands from 10,000 miles away.
Summary: As Governor Newsom faces a recall election, the Suez Canal blockage has further exposed the vulnerability of the Newsom’s dysfunctional energy policies that are racially biasing high energy costs upon those that can least afford it. He needs support from those racially biased targets to survive the recall.
Published March 30, 2021, at NewGeography
Understanding the pros and cons of energy options from hydro, renewables, fossil fuels, and nuclear, for the world’s diverse population, would be best for the future of society.
Published March 30, 2021 at Eurasia Review
Projects that forecast dire effects from the current warming receive Government funds, but no funds for answers about the causes of previous warming cycles that occurred before the Industrial Revolution 1760 – 1840.
Summary: Today, chances of getting government funding for environmental proposals is directly proportional to how seriously applicants portray the threat of current global warming. Former President Eisenhower pointed out 60 years ago, that scientists eager to keep the government funds flowing might take control of public policy to benefit their own careers.
Published March 20, 2021 at CFACT
The most expensive electricity and fuels in the nation are being borne by those that can least afford living in “energy poverty.”
Summary: Rather than doing everything possible to reduce the costs of electricity and fuels for the residents of California, Governor Newsom continues to racially bias more energy costs onto the less fortunate, many of which voted for his leadership, who are already paying among the highest energy costs in the nation.
Published March 18, 2021 at The Heartland Institute
Renewables have underperformed in temperate climate California, resulting in the states’ need to import electricity from the adjoining Northwest and Southwest states.
Summary: The bulk of America’s population are in areas of the country that incur the most erratic weather patterns that have proven to be disruptive to the already intermittent electricity potential from renewables.
Published March 8, 2021 at CFACT
President Biden is finally beginning to recognize national security concerns to the American economy by depending on foreign supplies for oil and for the greening of America.
Summary: Foreign countries with virtually non-existent environmental regulations and minimal labor laws already dominate the supply chain of ‘green’ minerals and metals, and like California does for their state’s energy demands, Biden’s actions will have America dependent on oil from foreign countries.
Published March 4, 2021 at Eurasia Review
Without government subsidies, Germany and Australia have been unable to compete with the “green’ manufacturing in China and India, and neither will America.
Summary: China and India not only control the supply chain of materials for solar panels, wind turbines, and EV batteries, but also have the least stringent environmental controls for the mining of those materials, and minimal labor laws for their low-cost labor supply. Developed countries that wish to go green at any cost are unable to compete with manufacturing in China and India.
Published February 24, 2021 at CFACT
There may not be enough minerals and metals in the world to achieve the planned EV growth.
Summary: With less than 8 million EV’s currently operating on the world’s highways, a Cambridge University study showed that replacing all the United Kingdom’s 32 million light duty vehicles with next-generation EVs would require huge quantities of materials to manufacture 32 million EV batteries. It is becoming more and more obvious as States and Countries jump onto the EV train, that there may be insufficient materials in the world to complete those EV dreams.
Published February 16, 2021 at Eurasia Review
Most of the country cannot survive and flourish with intermittent electricity.
Summary: Most of the nation needs more than intermittent electricity from wind and solar, they need continuous and uninterruptible electricity from natural gas, nuclear, and coal to support the health and economy in their state to survive extreme weather conditions year-round. California, with its temperate climate conditions year-round, can survive dysfunctional energy policies that have resulted in the least reliable electrical power systems in the nation.
Published February 8, 2021 at CFACT
Summary: The Governor promotes the state’s high cost of energy and the rapid growth of “energy poverty” that has led to some of the highest unemployment, overcrowding, homelessness, and poverty rates in America for the 18 million (45 percent of the 40 million Californians) that represent the Hispanic and African American populations of the state.
Published February 3, 2021 at New Geography
Emulating California’s energy mistakes will weaken America as the country will be increasing its demands from foreign countries for crude oil supplies and for the materials needed to support the electrification of America.
Summary: Biden’s climate plan may be energizing national security problems with his efforts toward discouraging U.S. energy independence and place the country’s reliance, like California has done, on foreign countries for America’s energy needs. And, as he moves to electrify virtually everything, America’s needs for the exotic minerals and metals that China controls, to support wind, solar, and EV battery construction, will have America beholden to China and other developing countries for our “clean” energy supplies.
Published January 26, 2021 at Eurasia Review
Emission reductions in America cannot be based on environmental degradation and humanity atrocities in the foreign countries that are supplying the exotic minerals and metals to support wind turbines, solar panels, and EV batteries.
Summary: The enormous amounts of money being allocated for solar and wind — and the never-ending extensions of the tax credits for them — shows that energy policies in Washington and California continues to support the environmental degradation and humanity atrocities in the foreign countries that are supplying the exotic minerals and metals to support wind turbines, solar panels, and EV batteries.
Published January 9, 2021 at CFACT
NIMBY’s around the world are rejecting those noisy monstrosities.
Summary: “Clean” electricity by 2035 faces two major hurdles: 1) the cost of trillions to turbocharge the clean energy economy so that it relies solely on “clean” electricity by 2035, and 2) resistance from NIMBY’s that are successfully halting those noisy and esthetically obnoxious wind farms from generating their intermittent electricity.
Published January 4, 2021 at Heartland Institute
With California’s already bearing among the highest cost of electricity in the country, this agreement will inflict more costs onto those that can least afford more expensive utility costs as electricity is four times more expensive as natural gas on an energy-equivalent basis.
Summary: Seems that the Public Advocates Office which is an independent organization within the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that advocates solely on behalf of utility customers and has a statutory mission to obtain the lowest possible rate for service consistent with reliable and safe service levels has become as dysfunctional as California’s energy policies.
Published December 6, 2020 at CFACT
Summary: A fast paced 20-minute Podcast discussion with David Forsyth of Freedom Adventure about the ramifications of the gas-powered vehicle ban on the residents of the state, the impact on the countries needed to support the exotic mineral and metals of the green movement, and the VMT that will be needed to replace current road taxes from fuels.
The world has had almost 200 years to develop clones or generics to replace the crude oil derivatives that are the basis thousands of products for societies and economies.
Summary: Before moving too quickly into the GND, anti-fossil fuel protesters should take the time to answer the question: How can we avoid the undisputable science that renewables can only generate intermittent electricity, but CANNOT manufacture any of the oil derivatives that are the basis of more than 6,000 products that are the foundation of societies and economies around the world, as it would result in adjusting to lifestyles that regress us back to a time when wealthy countries had no access to those thousands of products used by industries that were not in existence before the 1900’s, such as the medical industry, communications, airlines, merchant ships, transportation infrastructures, and the military?
Published October 25, 2020 at CFACT
Biden has yet to comprehend the limitations of just electricity from renewables to support worldwide economies and lifestyles.
Summary: Biden and the world need to comprehend that energy is more than intermittent electricity from wind and solar. The world we know today, demands thousands of products made from oil derivatives that are essential to our medical industry, electronics, communications, transportation infrastructure, electricity generation, cooling, heating, manufacturing, and agriculture—indeed, virtually every aspect of our daily lifestyles and economies.
Published October 27, 2020 at Breitbart
Support for the green vision “leaks” human rights abuses and environmental degradation to other countries.
Summary: The worldwide environmental damage from strip mining enough metals from some of the worst ecological and human rights offenders that exist on earth, to replace gas-powered cars and all electrical energy generation in California is the exact opposite of green.
Published October 19, 2020 at CFACT
A Public Utility District’s scientific data supports “no more wind”.
Summary: The Benton Public Utility District commissioners believe intermittent electricity from wind will unnecessarily contribute to increases in northwest utility retail electricity rates, and silently support the environmental degradations and humanity atrocities occurring around the world to supply exotic minerals and metals required by wind, solar, and EV batteries. They also believe the best long-term, sustainable, more cost-effective, potentially less risky, and environmentally responsible strategy toward meeting the CETA goal of 100% clean electricity in Washington State by 2045 could be to transition coal power to natural gas and then natural gas to nuclear.
Published October 14, 2020 at New Geography
Jumping onto the EV train without a plan will be devastating to the California economy.
Summary: The Governor’s ban on gas-powered vehicles by 2035 is a green new car wreck that doesn’t account for half the residents that cannot afford new cars which incentivizes re-registration of older polluters that will have California replacing CUBA as the vintage car capital of the world , trying to charge EV’s with a dysfunctional electrical system, the loss of fuel taxes for road maintenance, and keeping a secret about a vehicle mileage tax (VMT) to replenish lost fuel taxes, and the list goes on.
Published October 3, 2020 at CFACT
Discussions about California’s energy policies for an “energy island”
Summary: In this week’s Energy Cast Podcast, California’s recent energy policies are discussed with author Ronald Stein. Special thanks to CFACT’s Craig Rucker and Michael Goetz for setting this up. A fast paced 23-minute discussion about California’s energy policies, blackouts and wildfires, energy poverty, and the ramifications of a ban on the sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035.
Posted September 29, 2020 at Energy Cast
Encouraging re-registrations for those that cannot afford new vehicles.
Summary: With Governor Newsom’s latest actions to phaseout the sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035 it will most likely result in California looking like Cuba in the decades ahead with vintage gas-powered vehicles being continuously re-registered each year, that are less fuel efficient, and bigger emission polluters. The California population is 45 percent (a whopping 18 million) Hispanic and African American, and they may not be in a financial position to procure new vehicles.
Published September 25, 2020 at Eurasia Review
While the growing world’s population pursues continuous uninterruptable electricity, California pursues intermittent electricity from wind and solar.
Summary: As the world keeps adding natural gas and nuclear power plants to provide continuous uninterruptable electricity, California is eliminating natural gas and nuclear and relying on wind and solar for intermittent electricity and importing electricity from neighboring states – a dysfunctional failing grade for an energy policy on the world stage.
Published September 19, 2020 at CFACT
He wants an electrical grid of intermittent electricity free of fossil fuels before 2045.
Summary: California promotes the growth of fuel for the next forest fire, continuously shutters in-state power plants, and has no plans to replace the capacity of the shuttered plants with intermittent electricity from wind and solar. Germany’s failed climate plan has resulted in the highest cost of electricity tin the world for its residents. The dysfunctional energy plan to “leak” emissions to other states for California’s electricity needs, to help achieve in-state emission reductions, is also based on the hopes that other states will be able to generate enough to replace the shuttered California power plants and will have the extra capacity to support the 5th largest economy in the world.
Published September 14, 2020 at Fox & Hounds
Just intermittent electricity will ground transportation and commerce.
Summary: The healthier and wealthier countries of today need more than intermittent electricity from wind and solar to support the medical industry, electronics, communications, militaries, transportation infrastructures, and the space programs.
Published Sept 2, 2020 at CFACT
Lauren Phinney at KUSI TV in San Diego interviewed Ron Stein about the New Book that brings Clarity to a World without Fossil Fuels.
TV Interview Summary: California’s intermittent electricity from wind and solar has being unable to provide continuous uninterruptable electricity in-state. At the same time, the states “green” religion continues to shutter in-state natural gas and nuclear power plants with no plans to replace that lost generating capacity. California imports more electricity than any other state because of “leakage” to other states from them to generate emissions for the generated electricity needs of California. The state remains adamantly against in-state coal, natural gas, nuclear, and hydro power plants. Can you see the conundrum the state is in?
Broadcast August 24, 2020 on KUSI TV
Shuttering of in-state power plants, “leaks” the generation and emissions to other states.
Summary: As a result of California’s intermittent electricity from wind and solar being unable to provide continuous uninterruptable electricity in-state, California imports more electricity than any other state because of “leakage” to other states from them to generate emissions for the generated electricity needs of California. At the same time, the states “green” religion remains adamantly against in-state coal, natural gas, nuclear, and hydro power plants. Can you see the conundrum the state is in?
Published August 20, 2020 at Heartland Institute
Before 1900 and the products from petroleum, life was hard and dirty and life expectancy was short.
Summary: The release of ‘Just GREEN Electricity’ brings simplicity and clarity about understanding a world without fossil fuels. The inventions of the automobile, airplane, and the use of petroleum in the early 1900’s led us into the Industrial Revolution and victories in World War I and II. The ‘aha moment’ for every green advocate is that intermittent electricity from wind or solar cannot produce any of the more than 6,000 products manufactured from petroleum derivatives that did not exist before 1900, that are the basis of lifestyles and economies worldwide.
Published August 15, 2020 at CFACT
40 million residents of California will see higher costs for fuels.
Summary: California’s energy island just lost a major supplier of its energy demands. For the folks that can least afford more expensive energy in perpetuity, the latest COVID victim will make California’s economic recovery from the pandemic even more challenging.
Published August 4, 2020 at CFACT
Energy literacy of lawmakers may avoid following several international failed ‘green’ programs.
Summary: The 50-minute video interview addresses many aspects of California’s dysfunctional energy policies directed toward the oil and natural gas industry that was virtually non-existent before 1900. California Electricity from renewables are incapable of providing the fuels and petroleum derivatives that “make products and move things” to support worldwide economies.
Solar and wind cannot manufacture the thousands of products modern societies demand.
Summary: An “aha moment” that every green advocate should experience. The inventions of the automobile, airplane, and the use of petroleum in the early 1900’s led us into the Industrial Revolution. The healthier and wealthier countries of today now have more than 6,000 products manufactured from petroleum derivatives that did not exist before 1900, that intermittent electricity from wind or solar cannot produce.
Published July 24, 2020 at Eurasia Review
Summary: The various fuels and thousands of products made from petroleum derivatives are more than just intermittent electricity from renewables Summary: A major focus of Americas’ climate policies has been targeted toward the oil and natural gas industry that was virtually non-existent before 1900. Today, America has less than 5% of the world’s population (330 million vs. 8 billion). Electricity from renewables is incapable of providing the fuels and petroleum derivatives that “make products and move things” to support worldwide economies.
July 15, 2020 Podcast at Freedom Adventure
Higher energy costs for Americans are eminent along with worldwide ecological degradation and human right abuses mining for wind, solar, and EV materials.
Summary: The Democrats’ Climate Policy is cloning the disastrous efforts first tried by Germany that has produced the highest costs of electricity in the world for Germany’s residents. With America representing a minuscule five percent of the world’s population the Democrats remain oblivious to the United Nations warnings about the negative consequences of the shift toward exotic minerals and metals for wind, solar, and EV batteries, which includes worldwide ecological degradation and atrocious human rights abuses.
Published July 9, 2020 at CFACT
Residents continue to demand more energy while the State pursues increases for the costs of that energy.
Summary: Californians that can least afford the country’s most expensive energy are watching and listening to the Governor’s support of dysfunctional programs that will further increase the costs of electricity and fuels that will escalate the prices of everything else.
Published July 2, 2020 at Heartland Institute
By withholding disturbing data, the “Greenies” are convincing the public to financially support the climate cult.
Summary: It is not that COVID-19 and the economic meltdown that is occurred has resulted in the public ignoring climate policies, it is that the meltdown has put major emphasis on the extraction of exotic minerals to support wind, solar, and EV batteries that imposes social challenges, human rights abuses, and environmental degradations worldwide. The green climate cult continues to perpetuate costs upon the poor and suppresses any information that would damage their message that green is “clean, renewable and sustainable”.
Published June 27, 2020 at Eurasia Review
Racial Bias Perpetuates in Implementation of California Climate Policies.
Summary: California minority and low-income consumers are already paying the highest costs for electricity and fuels in the nation. The states’ climate policies disproportionately harm its poorest residents particularly Latinos and African Americans.
Published June 24, 2020 at New Geography
The poorest residents have disproportionately incurred the most financial harm from climate policies.
Summary: After five decades, the EPA is now seriously looking at the cost benefit ratio of future rulemaking processes in the Clean Air Act. As the homeless and poverty populations continue to grow in America it is becoming apparent that the unintended consequences of those stringent climate policies are costs that are racially biased and perpetuates onto the poorest in the implementation of those policies.
Published June 22, 2020 at Heartland Institute
Intermittent electricity alone cannot support infrastructures, the economy, or our lifestyles.
Summary: An opportunity to focus on rebuilding California’s economy with an inclusive and thoughtful approach, as the world economies have become reliant on the thousands of products made from the derivatives of petroleum, and reliant upon the numerous transportation infrastructures driven by the fuels manufactured from crude oil, all of which did not exist before the 1900’s.
Published June 19, 2020 at Eurasia Review
Rather than reducing demand, the state imposes more costs on the supply.
Summary: Importing the jet, diesel and gasoline fuels, and the derivatives from petroleum that are in the thousands of products used in our daily lives to meet the demands of the 5th largest economy in the world are more expensive than in-state manufacturing. Yet, lawmakers continue to add more laws, regulations, and litigation against the in-state suppliers. These extra costs onto the suppliers continue to be borne by the consumers that are already paying the highest cost for energy in the nation.
Published June 14, 2020 at CFACT
With high costs for electricity, time to stop further increases.
Summary: Mexico, like the world, is trying to recover from the pandemic caused catastrophic costs to their economy, has boldly stepped up to stop the increases in the cost of electricity for their financially challenged population. California is already burdened with some of the highest costs for energy that other states are not shackled by that will severely limit the state’s economic base and its potential for improvement. It is time to align with the leadership in Mexico and pull the plug on subsidies to renewables to stop increasing the cost of electricity.
Published June 4, 2020 at Eurasia Review