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23 10, 2019

Grimes: Is Water and Power Rationing California’s Future?

2019-10-30T12:27:21-04:00October 23rd, 2019|California, Grimes, Media Coverage, Renewable Energy, Socialism|

by Katy Grimes As Appearing in the California Globe The Golden State is feeling more like an emerging market economy in a developing nation Tuesday, another text message warning came in from Pacific Gas & Electric that power outages are imminent. Again. Couple that with a same-day heads-up message from the El Dorado Irrigation District [...]

10 10, 2019

Grimes: California City Imposing Curfew During Power Outages To Prevent Crime

2019-10-30T12:22:45-04:00October 10th, 2019|"Climate Change", California, Grimes, Media Coverage, Renewable Energy|

by Katy Grimes As Appearing in the California Globe Other cities may also impose curfews The City of Morgan Hill imposed a curfew on its residents lasting from 8 p.m. through 6:30 a.m. Wednesday evening, due to the PG&E power shut offs, KRON4 reported. City officials on Facebook said the curfew was intended to crack [...]

4 10, 2019

Walcher: Not As Depressing As You Might Think

2019-10-21T11:51:16-04:00October 4th, 2019|Media Coverage, Renewable Energy, Walcher|

by E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher A Manhattan Institute report has caused a re-examination of the greatest challenge in the move toward renewable energy. Author Mark Mills asks a simple question: what do we do when the wind doesn’t blow and the sun doesn’t shine? Most westerners give it little thought. After all, [...]

25 06, 2019

Grimes: SMUD Utility ‘Summer Rates’ Surge To Accommodate Increasing Renewable Cost Subsidies

2019-06-26T13:15:54-04:00June 25th, 2019|California, Grimes, Media Coverage, Renewable Energy, Renewable Subsidies, Socialism|

by Katy Grimes, Senior Media Fellow and California Globe Editor As appearing in the California Globe A new rate system charges residential users higher rates between 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. On June 1st, the Sacramento Municipal Utility District began charging Sacramento electricity users and ratepayers a new rate system that charges residential users higher [...]

22 03, 2019

Walcher: The answer is blowin’ in the wind

2019-03-27T12:00:16-04:00March 22nd, 2019|Media Coverage, Renewable Energy, Walcher, Windmills|

by E&E Legal Senior Policy Fellow Greg Walcher As appearing in the Daily Sentinel If we switched all our electric generation to wind energy, how much brighter would our future be? We have been warned about the effects of climate change for years, and a fairly strong majority of Americans believe there is cause for [...]

7 11, 2018

Richardson’s Statement on Steyer’s Self-Serving Poverty-Causing AZ Ballot Initiative Loss

2018-11-07T11:22:46-05:00November 7th, 2018|Billionaire Scammers, Press Releases, Renewable Energy, Renewable Subsidies, Richardson, Steyer|

Today, E&E Legal's President Craig Richardson made the following statement: “San Francisco billionaire Tom Steyer has once again attempted to impose his personal political agenda which would drive others into poverty. Steyer, through his NextGen Climate Action organization, spent over $20 million on Proposition 127 in Arizona which would have required 12% of electricity from [...]

31 05, 2018

Federalist Society: Extraterritorial Ambition: State Energy Taxes and the Question of Imported Electricity

2018-06-12T13:16:26-04:00May 31st, 2018|E&E Legal v. CO, Media Coverage, Petition Litigation, Renewable Energy|

The Federalist Review Volume 19 This short article examines how the extraterritoriality doctrine might apply to state energy taxes imposed on electricity that is generated in one state but used in a different taxing state, when the purpose of the tax is to discourage greenhouse gas emissions. The extraterritoriality doctrine precludes a state from regulating [...]

18 02, 2018

Pharos-Tribune: Zoning, water come up at wind meeting

2018-02-20T18:03:36-05:00February 18th, 2018|Martis, Media Coverage, Renewable Energy, Renewable Subsidies, Scandal, Windmills|

by Mitchell Kirk Pharos-Tribune Regulations in Cass County fall short of ones an advocate of wind turbine zoning says are necessary for health, safety and welfare. Kevon Martis, former vice chairman of the Riga Township Planning Commission in southeastern Michigan's Lenawee County, addressed a crowd of about 230 in the Community Center at the Cass [...]

7 02, 2018

Speaker brings expertise on wind and zoning

2018-12-19T13:52:37-05:00February 7th, 2018|Martis, Media Coverage, Policy, Renewable Energy, Renewable Subsidies|

L'Anse Sentinel Friends of the Land of the Keweenaw (FOLK) hosted a meeting Feb. 1, 2018 at the American Legion in L’Anse from 6:30-8 p.m. concerning the development of wind turbines proposed by Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc. (RES Americas), out of Broomfield, CO. The meeting was put together after RES proposed the construction of approximately 100 or more wind turbines in L’Anse Township on Weyerhaeuser property combining a total [...]

30 01, 2018

Reuters: Coal firms plead to courts, Trump for West Coast export terminals

2018-01-31T15:57:50-05:00January 30th, 2018|Conflict of Interest, Media Coverage, Renewable Energy, War on Coal|

by Valerie Volcovici Reuters WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The ailing U.S. coal industry is ramping up its political and legal offensive to win approval for West Coast export terminals that could provide a lifeline to lucrative Asia markets. Coal producers filed two recent lawsuits against governments in Washington state and California challenging local decisions to block [...]

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