Hydro Power, Real Renewable Energy

There are 54,000 dams in the United States, higher than 5 Ft., which are not currently equipped to generate electricity. The Department of Energy (DOE) determined that these non-powered dams (NPDs) could provide 12,000 MW of generating capacity. A mere Continue reading Hydro Power, Real Renewable Energy

Implications of Fusion Power

The hype accompanying the Lockheed announcement of its fusion power development distorted the potential benefits of fusion power. There is no question that fusion power has great potential, and could be the primary source of electricity when other power generation Continue reading Implications of Fusion Power

EIA Levelized Costs Can be Misleading

The levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) has become a tool used by advocates of wind and solar to mislead the public, with the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) inflating the cost of electricity from coal. The EIA assigns a cost Continue reading EIA Levelized Costs Can be Misleading