Inside Sources – In a small ceremony at the end of September, representatives of the Chinese, British, and French governments gave final approval to the Hinkley Point nuclear plant in the U.K. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like British energy companies won their plea to show the cost of the approximately $27-billion-dollars…

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The Daily Caller – Over the last year, celebrations of the National Park Services’ 100th Anniversary have been ongoing, and the Park Service as well as individual parks have rightly celebrated the national treasures our parks are. As August 25th comes and goes, there are reasons, however, for concern about the future of those very parks.

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The Hill – Coal, natural gas, nuclear, biomass, geothermal and hydroelectric power are all capable of providing energy 24/7, what energy experts refer to as “base load” energy. Of those, geothermal and hydroelectric are restrained to specific geographical areas, many of which have already been tapped. Biomass is inefficient and only…

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American Thinker – Ivanpah is unable to meet its intended electricity generation of 940,000 megawatt-hours per year, despite its designation as the largest concentrated solar plant in the world. Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) received only 45 percent of the electricity it expected from Ivanpah in 2014 and 68 percent in 2015. Output is so low…

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USA Today – The White House directive calls for agencies to double their use of renewable electricity, which includes sources like “hydrokinetic renewable energy” derived from lakes, rivers, and man-made channels. Yet, to accomplish this noble goal, onerous government regulations may end up being the administration’s own worst…

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Town Hall – Every fiscal crisis is an opportunity to play budget games. This week’s panicked attempts by Congress to deal with the sequester presents a special opportunity for federal agencies to remind the public just how addicted the agencies are to federal spending. These…

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