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In some contexts, the proponents of solar and wind power hold them up as the inevitable wave of the future,

December 4, 2017

For decades, government and private interests have announced major breakthroughs with utility-scale (central station) solar. (Part 2 of this post

September 21, 2017

New York’s deal with Silevo Inc. is a sham and illustrates the problems that arise when politicians use taxpayer money

June 21, 2017

Green technologies (e.g., wind, solar and electric vehicles) cannot compete in the marketplace without subsidies or other favorable government policies.

June 14, 2017

Maryland utility regulators have approved two wind farms off the coast of Ocean City—a seaside resort community. If built, these

June 8, 2017

While solar advocates like to say that solar is cost competitive with traditional forms of energy, several states have found

October 19, 2016
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