E&E Legal Releases Tom Tanton State-by-State "Electrification" Costs Report For Immediate Release: September 22, 2020 Contact: [email protected] 202-810-2001 Washington, D.C. - Today, the Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal), released a state-by-state report on the capital cost associated with “electrification” for states and the nation. The report, and its accompanying data spreadsheet, was authored [...]
by Scott Waldman E&E News President Trump doubled down on his denial of climate change yesterday by saying that scientists are wrong and claiming that the world will "start getting cooler." The remarks, delivered during a brief visit to California to discuss the state's historic wildfires, run counter to mountains of research on global warming [...]
by Katy Grimes As Appearing in the California Globe Scientists refute Governor’s claims that climate change contributes to wildfires President Donald Trump stopped in Sacramento, CA Monday to meet with Gov. Gavin Newsom and state officials to discuss the 2020 wildfires. Trump was in California last year as well during the wildfires, and warned that forest management [...]
President Trump retweeted E&E Legal Senior Fellow and Junkscience.com founder Steve Milloy today. As Milloy noted, it was "an honor!."
by David Charter & Ben Hoyle The Times of London President Trump and his rival Joe Biden clashed over the cause of wildfires consuming America’s west coast as their competing views on climate change became the focus 50 days before the US presidential election. Mr Trump, on a visit to California, said that the forests [...]
by Katy Grimes As Appearing in the California Globe Wildfires caused by misguided, largely non-existent forest management or climate change? President Donald Trump made a stop in Sacramento Monday, to meet with Gov. Gavin Newsom and discuss as the state’s historic wildfires. Air Force One landed at McClellan Airport, which now serves as a Northern [...]
by Katy Grimes As Appearing in the California Globe Environmentalists are causing actual global warming with wildfires For decades, traditional forest management was scientific and successful, until ideological, preservationist zealots wormed their way into government and began the 40-year overhaul of sound federal forest management through abuse of the Endangered Species Act and the no-use [...]
Tom Tanton, E&E Legal's Director of Science and Technology Assessment As Appearing on IER's Podcast E&E Legal's Tom Tanton, a California resident, joins the Institute for Energy Research's (IER's) podcast to discuss CA’s recent rolling blackouts and what went wrong with the state’s energy policies to get here. Listen here.
by Katy Grimes As Appearing in the California Globe Tone-deaf lawmakers ignore already failing electricity grid With wildfires burning 1.3 million acres throughout the state, and rolling power blackouts from the weak electrical grid, the California State Senate Appropriations Committee voted to pass Assembly Bill 326 to make driving an Electric Vehicle “more accessible for [...]
by Katy Grimes As Appearing in the California Globe California’s bet on renewables and shunning of natural gas and nuclear power, is directly responsible for the state’s blackouts and high electricity prices’ California is rich in natural resources which once powered the state: natural gas deposits in the Monterey Shale formation; geothermal energy, abundant rivers [...]