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Obama Admin’s Destructive Policies: First Coal, then Nuclear; Now Wood Analysis Nuclear

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Just as the Energy Information Administration (EIA) is telling us that more people are relying on wood for home heating, the President’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is introducing new regulations to dampen its use. The Obama administration claims it wants …

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The Bloom Energy Rip Off Analysis Biomass

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A fuel cell project in Delaware is costing residents more than expected and failing to create the jobs it promised after receiving million of dollars in state subsidies.

Delaware awarded $18 million to Bloom Energy in 2011 to construct a …

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How Big Ethanol Hopes You’re a Dope Analysis Biomass

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Growth Energy recently unveiled a national ad campaign to tell “the truth about ethanol” and the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS)—the federal mandate that requires oil refiners to blend ethanol into gasoline. But the ethanol lobby has a curious …

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McGinn Steers Navy Toward Green Energy Iceberg Analysis Biomass

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The man charged with implementing the Navy’s energy agenda doesn’t seem to understand the energy revolution taking place in America. Ret. Vice Adm. Dennis McGinn, who was recently confirmed as assistant secretary of the Navy for energy, installations, and the …

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PYLE: RFS is hurting American families, farmers and small businesses Biofuel Biomass

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today its final 2013 rule for the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program. The rule now requires refiners to blend 16.55 billion gallons of biofuel into the U.S. fuel supply. Institute for Energy …

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Green Energy Subsidies Do Nothing to Curb CO2 Emissions Analysis Wind

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Over the last decade, the federal government has funneled massive subsidies to alternative energy sources, including wind and solar, ostensibly to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Yet a recent report by the National Research Council finds that energy-related tax subsidies have …

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