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by Ohwiseone
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CLEAN... ENERGY

Offshore wind farms from New Jersey to Virginia took a big step closer to reality with the completion of a review that showed the renewable energy source would not cause major environmental damage, officials said today. Wind projects off the coasts of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and New Jersey are being studied. The Mid-Atlantic lease proposal follows the Cape Wind project in Massachusetts that was given the go-ahead in 2010 after 9 years of federal review."No developer should have to wait nine or 10 years," for approval, Salazar said. The response from the developers was "DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA"

 
 

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thegreek

We are the only idiots in the world that does not value our most abundant resource - COAL. Thanks to treehuggers.

Posted 273 days ago.

BeRight

We now are exporting Global Warming:

Consol Energy, the largest coal producer in the eastern United States, said on Monday that it was selling five highly automated mines — about half of its production capacity — to focus instead on natural gas and on mines that produce coal for EXPORT.

Posted 273 days ago.

BeRight

Please note my post from 12 days ago and compare it to this recent headline. Both are accurate:

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) fined Duke Energy Renewables, a subsidiary of North Carolina-based Duke Energy, for killing 14 golden eagles and 149 other federally protected birds including hawks, blackbirds, larks, wrens, and sparrows.

Duke Energy Renewables will pay $1 million and is the first wind company to be charged under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, according to a Heartland report.

Duke Energy Renewable pled guilty to killing 163 birds between 2009 and 2013 at two Duke Renewables wind farms in Converse County, Wyo. Together, the wind farms have 176 turbines.

Posted 286 days ago.

thegreek

Natural gas prices are on the rise due to the cold snap. Here comes the fleecing.

Posted 293 days ago.

thegreek

I know what you are saying Beright. Doesn't appear the rules apply equally to everyone.

Posted 296 days ago.

BeRight

BTW: Although they are delisted, bald eagles are still protected by the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and the Lacey Act.

This is why they needed a permit to kill them.

Posted 296 days ago.

BeRight

I guess everyone has had sufficient time to discuss the Eagle Slaughter clause in wind power contracts. The point of that post was that we can all remember huge civil engineering projects that were held up or canceled do to the project endangering the habitat or wellbeing of some creature. Snail darter, spotted owl or some other species postponing a project when the project was on the wrong side of political correctness. It was not too long ago that any project that would kill an Eagle would be killed first and never go ahead and be completed.

Posted 296 days ago.

thegreek

So does this mean Duke energy will get their million dollar fine refunded???

Posted 297 days ago.

BeRight

The U.S. Interior Department on Friday issued a rule that highlights a tension lingering between two key goals of the environmental movement: developing renewable energy sources and protecting wildlife. The newly finalized rule would grant 30-year permits allowing wind farms and other projects to accidentally kill federally protected eagles. The new rule allows the department to issue permits to wind farms or other projects that harm or kill eagles otherwise protected under the decades old Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act. So we now issue permits that say it is OK to kill eagles as long as you support the presidant’s agenda.

Posted 298 days ago.

scrappile

2012-2013 Natural Gas Price Forecast - Investment U

****investmentu****/research/natural-gas-price-forecast.html by Alexander Green - in 42 Google+ circles Could natural gas be the ultimate contrarian investment? ... The shale gas revolution has cut the price of natural gas about 45% over the last year alone. New discoveries and innovative drilling techniques, along with recent mild ... The market is so awash in natural gas, by this fall there could be no space left to store the stuff

Posted 299 days ago.

thegreek

Yes. Beright. Ohio deregulation starts Jan 1 2014. Hang on to your keester.

Posted 299 days ago.

BeRight

With the combination of coal-fired power plant retirements and a possible increase in natural gas prices, wholesale electricity prices are expected to increase for on-peak and off-peak hours.

According to a report from The Brattle Group that uses a case study for the eastern PJM region, the study says the potential increase in energy prices due only to coal plant retirements could be around $3-$4 per megawatt-hour (MWh) for on-peak hours and $1-$2/MWh for off-peak hours. If gas prices continue to increase due to replacing the retired coal plants, energy prices could be as much as $9-$11/MWh for on-peak hours and $5-$6/MWh for off-peak hours.

Posted 300 days ago.

BeRight

Whoops>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>CLEAN... ENERGY

Posted 319 days ago.

BeRight

I forgot the LOL on the end of the last post.

Posted 319 days ago.

BeRight

And how were the foreign press from about every european nation and most asian nations affected by the shut down? Did they all want to visit the Grand Canyon or the WW2 memeorial in Washington?

Posted 319 days ago.

thegreek

MOd. You do realize that the earth itself gives off radiation. In fact right now you are being exposed to probably .30 rems of radiation. Asknot. Mostly the stuff about Obamacare not financially wrecking the country pretty swiftly and pollution.

Posted 319 days ago.

BeRight

Let the shake down begin..Rush was correct again.. It’s all about the money:

Following a devastating typhoon that killed thousands in the Philippines, a routine international climate-change conference in Warsaw turned into an emotional forum, with developing countries demanding compensation from the worst-polluting countries for damage they say they already are suffering.

Posted 319 days ago.

moderation

greek- you mentioned something about the amount of spent "fule" occupying space equal to a volume that " would only fill a football filed 3 meters high". If it had only the toxicity of your daily spent "fule", it really wouldn't be a problem.However, it lasts for thousands of years, and can,in the wrong hands, devastate millions,.. both in terms of acreage and humans..

Posted 319 days ago.

thegreek

ASKNOT you bring it on yourself by making claims that are so easy to refute !!!As Joe Friday said "Just the facts maam"...

Posted 320 days ago.

BeRight

Japan took a major step back on Friday from earlier pledges to slash its greenhouse gas emissions. Under its new goal, Japan, one of the world’s top polluters, would still seek to reduce its current emissions. But it would release 3 percent more greenhouse gases in 2020 than it did in 1990, rather than the 6 percent cut it originally promised or the 25 percent reduction it promised two years before the 2011 nuclear disaster.

Posted 320 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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