Net-zero Carbon and the Electric Grid

…Net-zero Carbon and the Electric Grid… Chapter 2 of Net-zero Carbon, The Climate Policy Destroying America, provides a glimpse into how climate policies endanger our electric grid. While Chapter 2 of Net-zero Carbon is an essential introduction to the issue Continue reading Net-zero Carbon and the Electric Grid

Dangerous Bureaucracies

Parkinson's Law

…Dangerous Bureaucracies… One of the first actions taken by Jack Welch when he became CEO, was to cut back the bureaucracy at Fairfield, GE’s headquarters. He saved, in today’s dollars, at least $50 million in annual payroll, exclusive of benefits, Continue reading Dangerous Bureaucracies

Energy Independence

US Energy consumption 1950 -2019 EIA

…Energy Independence… It’s not always easy to illustrate the effect of energy independence, but this chart from the EIA helps to do so. The chart shows that, beginning around 1970, we started to import energy. It also shows how these Continue reading Energy Independence

Oil Stocks are the New Tobacco?

…Oil Stocks are the New Tobacco?… “Oil stocks are the new tobacco, in ‘death knell phase,’” said Jim Cramer on his TV show. While this article in no way attempts to make stock market predictions, it can point out why Continue reading Oil Stocks are the New Tobacco?

Website Update

…Website Update… Since early August the website stopped notifying subscribers when a new article was published. Because of this, I held back publishing more articles until the website was fixed. Here are the articles you may have missed: Let’s be Continue reading Website Update

Common Sense or Ideology

…Common Sense or Ideology… Recently, Renewable Energy World announced:  “Efficiency Startup Gets Funding to Cut Energy Use by Buildings” The startup reportedly attracted investors including, “Tom Steyer’s, Radicle Impact Partners; former General Motors Co. Vice Chairman, Steve Girsky; and Tesla Continue reading Common Sense or Ideology