Daily Archives: September 22, 2010

“China is eclipsing the United States in all forms of energy, and especially the most cost-efficient energy sources.”

In case you didn’t see yesterday’s President Putin post, I made this point, “So, while the Unites States continues its slide into renewable energy oblivion, Russia will be building nuclear facilities for themselves, and for their “client” states.  China, in … Continue reading

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Expressing regret for not informing readers of Senator Harry Reid luncheon, Allegheny Treasures commits to do better the next time.

Please accept my apologies for not having this out to readers in time for them to make reservations.  Here’s what you missed. The invitation read as follows: I wanted to send a quick reminder about the special breakfast with Senate … Continue reading

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Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for September 22, 2010

Items of interest: 1-John Droz, Jr. calls mini-nuclear “one of our BEST energy solutions.”  That’s good enough for me! Small Modular Reactors: Creating Energy Independence for Hawaii – Hawaii Free Press 2-Renewable Electricity Standards (RES) is introduced in the Senate.  … Continue reading

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