It's uncanny how solving climate change just happens to require the progressives' longstanding economic agenda.
Incentive programs for electric cars and solar panels mostly benefit those who can afford those things, while regulations that drive up the cost of energy hurt those who can't afford much to begin with.
In his new book, Apocalypse Never: Why Environmental Alarmism Hurts Us All, Shellenberger argues that science doesn't support doomsayers' claims.
The solar industry has benefited from "temporary" tax credits for decades. These might finally be allowed to lapse.
There's nothing more permanent than a temporary solar investment tax credit.
Who could have seen that coming? Well, lots of people did—but the U.S. International Trade Commission and President Trump didn't listen.
The state's top-down approach to energy issues will only raise rates on consumers.
But they swear the new regulations will actually save homeowners money.
When anyone says, "I'm for free trade, but it must be fair trade," they are really saying: "I am not for free trade."
The idea is sadly gaining steam.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Orders Regulators to Figure Out How to Keep Renewables from Crashing the Electric Power Grid
New energy market distortions to fix old energy market distortions
A bankrupt Chinese-owned taxpayer-subsidized company that's asking for protection against Chinese imports.
There are no downsides, say proponents.
New research debunks a study claiming there's a low-cost way to power America using only wind, solar, and hydropower.
Still, it is always good to have some idea of what tradeoffs proposed policies would impose.
While supposedly delivering about the same amount of electricity.
To be against fracking is to be against renewable energy.
Why privilege solar over all the other technologies, including some that may not even be invented yet?
Advances in technology will address climate change before calamity strikes.
Reason warned back in 2011 that environmentalists would oppose cheap natural gas
If renewable, new nuclear, or even fusion energy is actually becoming cheaper than conventional fossil fuels, why would the world need an international treaty at all?
Funded by federal loan guarantees
Accused of keeping foreigners out of industry
Promotes both solar and fracking in State of the Union speech
Not an investment in the future but in people who know the right politicians