If you look closely, you'll find a lot of contradictions.
Biden sat in a truck that costs as much as $120,000 to promote a tax credit that only applies to electric vehicles retailing for up to $80,000.
The Inflation Reduction Act extended tax credits for buying electric vehicles, but the requirements will put them out of reach for most customers.
The Department of Energy has announced a good way to spend some of the funds authorized by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Amid initial concerns about the 'Buy American' electric vehicle tax credit, the European Union is now considering further protectionist retaliation.
The bigger problem now is that outmoded regulations stand in the way of deployment.
The Buy American program, used to encourage the buying of American made electric vehicles, not only limits access to EVs but risks a trade war with the E.U.
Many politicians who want to ban gas-powered vehicles appear to misunderstand the science.
A conversation with the author of Apocalypse Never: Why Environmental Alarmism Hurts Us All about what the war in Ukraine means for the push for renewables.
The Port of Albany will forgo more than $29 million in federal funding for the delayed $300 million project.
If Sanders and Warren Think Climate Change Is an Emergency, Why Are They Against These Green Energy Reforms?
If climate change is an emergency that requires immediate action, it makes sense to streamline environmental reviews that tangle green energy projects in red tape.
Europe is facing an energy crisis, but bureaucrats need to realize that long-term climate goals can be addressed without sacrificing the well-being of the population.
Climate scientist Andrew Dessler of Texas A&M University defends urgent action on climate against scientist and author Steven Koonin.
Green activists have some good points. But the pursuit of a chemical-free world hurts vulnerable people the most.
Amid a heat wave, warnings were sent out not to recharge electric vehicles during peak hours.
From student debt cancellation to green subsidies, the White House is giving handouts paid for by hardworking lower-wage Americans.
America gets about 42 megawatts of power from offshore wind. Another 18,000 megawatts are currently tied up in permitting battles.
Leaving the country dependent on Russian natural gas was not too smart.
This stunt to save energy will do very little but make people sweat
Brayton Point was a coal-fired plant that tried to clean up its act. Protesters and politicians demanded its closure. A new offshore wind project won't be sufficient to replace it.
Good intentions, bad results.
Strongly held wishes and pixie dust won’t deliver a green utopia.
The president's argument is amazing for its tone-deafness, inconsistent thinking, and sheer economic ignorance.
Nuclear power wasn’t green enough for German leaders, so now they depend on energy from Russia.
Bad policy and unpredictable nature are sending food prices through the roof.
They give an edge to big companies that have no problems accessing capital and whose executives are often well-connected with politicians.
So many people are leaving the state that it will soon lose a congressional seat.
Never let a good manufactured crisis go to waste
Campaign promises about green energy often obscure real-world constraints.
Critics say the state's dependence on solar and wind have made the power grid unreliable and overly expensive.
New nuclear reactors are important for clean power, but are hindered by intense regulatory schemes.
Clean technologies can compete (and win) if barriers to participation are removed.
Finger-wagging won't overcome the collective action problems preventing action.
"It's upside-down Robin Hood.”
Maryland's New 'Clean Energy' Bill Includes Millions in Subsidies for Pollution-Spewing Trash Incinerators and Paper Mills
The state treats burning trash as a renewable energy source worthy of taxpayer support.
New research debunks a study claiming there's a low-cost way to power America using only wind, solar, and hydropower.