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“Gas will be the world’s dominant fuel for most of the next century.”

Take a moment to read an interesting commentary by the UK’s Matt Ridley, aka “The Rational Optimist” – Gas against Wind.

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“When asked if wind power was reducing carbon emissions, Deb Malin, a BPA (Bonneville Power Administration) representative, answered, “No. They are, in fact, creating emissions.”

This stunning admission is contained in Eric Lowe’s very informative “Northwest Windpower: Problems Aplenty.” Please visit MasterResource to read this article, and the many other excellent writings to be found there. (Thanks to Jon Boone for pointing us to Mr. … Continue reading

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Deputy chairman of Russia’s Gazprom argues plans for renewable energy are irrational and should be replaced by more gas-fired power stations

Scrap UK’s wind farm plans, says Gazprom boss Deputy chairman of Russia’s Gazprom argues plans for renewable energy are irrational and should be replaced by more gas-fired power stations Tim Webb, guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 9 February 2010 19.07 GMT Alexander Medvedev, … Continue reading

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Industrial wind – just the facts, folks!

Quick facts about industrial wind! – courtesy of Jon Boone: WIND AND CAP-AND-TRADE WIND AND COST WIND AND NATURAL GAS WIND AND THE ENERGY ROT IN DENMARK WHY WIND TECHNOLOGY IS PROBLEMATIC Related links:  A Conversation with Jon Boone – … Continue reading

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