Progressives might not be coming for your existing stove, but they are trying to stop any new installations.
The maritime industry inserted some protectionism into the National Defense Authorization Act.
Many politicians who want to ban gas-powered vehicles appear to misunderstand the science.
That's in addition to advocating for opponents of the law to be charged with treason.
There’s nothing patriotic about a law lining the pockets of cargo companies at the expense of consumers.
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.
Blaming oil companies and Vladimir Putin for our current energy woes is dishonest and unhelpful.
"It's an outrageous outcome to label gas and nuclear as green," responds Greenpeace
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.
Teutonic carbon dioxide emissions and electricity prices are projected to increase as a result.
The Congressional Budget Office projects that the tax will raise nearly $8 billion over the next 10 years. That money will come out of consumers' wallets.
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The Jones Act isn't saving American shipbuilders, but it's driving up prices for Americans.
The federal law protecting the shipping industry from competition strikes again.
So far, Trump's efforts to subsidize his coal cronies have failed.
So much for peak oil doom!
But doesn't mean ruling out disruptive new energy technologies.
States and industry will seek to roll back BLM's "vast overreach" of regulatory authority in court.
The money is supposed to offset environmental consequences of natural gas drilling, but some localities used it as a slush fund for pet projects and parties.
And that was one year before the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change was negotiated.
To be against fracking is to be against renewable energy.
If America wants to wean off coal, it needs natural gas, and the pipelines that carry it.
Trolling for votes by pandering to environmental fundamentalists
"We closed coal plants and opened methane leaks, and the result is that things have gotten worse."