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Wastefree Nuclear Pushes Us Forward!!

Exciting advancements in waste-free nuclear, continue to push us forward towards a CLEAN, reliable and safe energy future. November 19, 2019 Moltex Energy is pleased to announce we have been selected by Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) to proceed into final negotiations in the Canadian Nuclear Research Initiative (CNRI).  CNRI is a program to support collaborative […]

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The trouble with Statistics Canada’s solar and wind energy data

“Is Ontario generating less electricity from solar panels and wind turbines than it did years ago, despite billions in subsidies to the renewable energy sector?” Peter Kuitenbrouwer — Financial Post — January 14, 2016 TORONTO • Is Ontario generating less electricity from solar panels and wind turbines than it did years ago, despite billions in […]

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The Destruction of Scottish Power

(From ENERGY MATTERS) Euan Mearns — January 6, 2016 Summary The Scottish Government has set a target for renewable sources to generate the equivalent of 100 per cent of Scotland’s gross annual electricity consumption by 2020. This target is set without reference to economic and environmental costs and sound engineering practice. Industry and academia have […]

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California’s Clean Energy Jobs Act fails to create promised green jobs

Related article: California Law Fails to Create ‘Green Jobs’… Except For Green Consultants Julia Horowitz — Associated Press — August 18, 2015 SACRAMENTO >> Three years after California voters passed a ballot measure to raise taxes on corporations and generate clean-energy jobs by funding energy-efficiency projects in schools, barely one-tenth of the promised jobs have […]

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The Climate Change Industry drastically depletes the Energy Market

Dr. Ilea Johnson Paugh — Canada Free Press — August 12, 2015 Countries and companies around the globe have spent trillions of dollars to stop the Earth from warming and the Earth did not get the message, it responded by cooling.  Not to worry, environmentalists who were blatantly wrong and tried to say that cooling […]

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What Do Germany, Harvard Law, Bats and International Court Hearings Have in Common?

Richard Corbett — Harvard Magazine — July 17, 2015 INTERNATIONAL COURT HEARINGS don’t typically fall within the purview of American legal education. Yet in my three years at Harvard Law School, I managed to line up legal internships in Thailand, Myanmar, Hong Kong, and India—so when a friend from a German nonprofit invited me to […]

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Bill Gates Dismisses Solar And Wind Energy, “Can’t Do The Job” …Cost “Beyond Astronomical”!

No Tricks Zone — June 28, 2015 Another prominent thumbs down against wind the current renewable energy craze, this one from Bill Gates. The UK online Register here reports that the technology guru is not impressed by fad renewable energies wind and sun: “Renewable energy can’t do the job. Gov should switch green subsidies into […]

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How Much Battery Storage Does a Solar PV System Need?

Rogers Andrews — Energy Matters — May 11, 2015 Blowout Week 70 featured Tesla’s new 7 kWh and 10 kWh lithium-ion battery storage units. Will they allow households with rooftop solar PV systems to store enough surplus solar power to fill domestic demand throughout the year without the need to import grid power when the […]

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Sacrificing the Sanctity of Land at the Altar of Energy

Charles W. Johnson — Times Argus — April 13, 2015 Something big is missing from our public debates about industrial wind turbines on our ridgelines. It’s something never talked about in testimony to the Legislature or at legal hearings on the subject. It’s almost as if it’s a forbidden topic. Yet it’s one of the […]

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A Comparison Diagram Between Wind and Nuclear

From the Canadian Facebook Group “Talk Nuclear” 

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Germans Feel the Burden of Its Shift to Renewable Energy

(Take note of which countries make up 2 of the top 3 in terms of electricity prices in Europe.  The ones most heavily into wind. Coincidence??? — DQ) Stratfor Enterprises — February 5, 2015   Germany is experiencing deflation for the first time since 2009. Though other factors have certainly contributed to the economic decline, […]

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#1 — Energy — Wynne’s 4 Year Majority focus series

Starting off the New Year with our “Wynne’s 4 year Majority in Ontario” focus series. Feel free to pass these around as we need to remind people that what is happening in Ontario will happen to the rest of Canada if Silverspoon Justin gets elected this year.

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The Insanity is Not Confined to Ontario as the UK pays Wind Companies a Record £43 million to Switch Off Turbines

Wind farms have been paid a record £43 million to switch off turbines so far this year Emily Gosden — The Telegraph — November 9, 2014 Wind farms have been paid a record £43 million to switch off turbines so far this year, after Britain’s electricity network was unable to cope with the power they produced. The […]

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UK: Wind Turbines Not an Efficient Source of Energy, Leading Global Warming Expert Warns

Thanks to C. Berg for this find. Levi Winchester — The Express(UK) — October 3, 2014 Turbines have been hailed as a clean, alternative fuel supply but the UK should not expect them to play a major part in how we try to solve climate change, claimed a leading scientist. In 2009, the UK Budget […]

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Earth-Friendly Energy is Anything But

Deroy Murdock — National Review — September 26, 2014 Environmentalists worship solar energy and wind power as Earth-friendly answers to their ecological prayers. Tortoises, bats, butterflies, and bald eagles beg to differ. Perhaps because solar panels and industrial wind farms lack emissions, they seem “clean.” Despite their pristine appearance, however, these “green” electricity sources hammer […]

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