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Green Energy will cost all of us much more in electric bills
Green Energy will cost all of us much more in electric bills
 
Europe already seeing big price increases from imposition of wind and solar
 
They get the cheap electricity, while we get expensive and unreliable power
They get the cheap electricity, while we get expensive and unreliable power
 
history being lost to solar grifters in Virginia; may happen in NC with HB951
history being lost to solar grifters in Virginia; may happen in NC with HB951
 
large scale battery storage of wind and solar electricity does not work
large scale battery storage of wind and solar electricity does not work
 
leftwing mouthpiece admits fraud of Biden "green economy"
 
Rebecca Rainey and Eric Wolff write at Politico about concerns from one of President Bidenís traditional allies.
Rebecca Rainey and Eric Wolff write at Politico about concerns from one of President Bidenís traditional allies.
 
Jason Isaac writes for the Federalist about the links between bad energy policies and Texasí current power problems.
Jason Isaac writes for the Federalist about the links between bad energy policies and Texasí current power problems.
 
Bidenís Green Energy Actions will not help anyone †but it will hurt many people
Bidenís Green Energy Actions will not help anyone †but it will hurt many people
 
Gov. Roy Cooper hadnít finished his opening remarks at the Climate Change Interagency Council meeting before noisy protesters decried his position on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Gov. Roy Cooper hadnít finished his opening remarks at the Climate Change Interagency Council meeting before noisy protesters decried his position on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
 
Two leading legislative critics of tax incentives to the renewable energy industry have not taken issue with an unusual new program used by Duke Energy Progress allowing high-consumption electricity customers using traditional energy to claim their plants are powered by renewable sources
Two leading legislative critics of tax incentives to the renewable energy industry have not taken issue with an unusual new program used by Duke Energy Progress allowing high-consumption electricity customers using traditional energy to claim their plants are powered by renewable sources
 
North Carolina's law mandating electric utilities to increase their use of renewable energy sources has caused the loss of nearly 24,000 jobs, $14.4 billion in forgone personal income, and will boost ratepayers' annual bills by $149 million.
North Carolina's law mandating electric utilities to increase their use of renewable energy sources has caused the loss of nearly 24,000 jobs, $14.4 billion in forgone personal income, and will boost ratepayers' annual bills by $149 million.
 
While our neighbors in Carteret and Craven counties are fighting against a proposed wind farm near Newport, our Beaufort County Commission is fighting to help a "green energy" company build one near Pantego.
While our neighbors in Carteret and Craven counties are fighting against a proposed wind farm near Newport, our Beaufort County Commission is fighting to help a "green energy" company build one near Pantego.
 
Some, including us, have long felt that Downeast is the "red headed stepchild at the family reunion," so to speak, in North Carolina politics.
Some, including us, have long felt that Downeast is the "red headed stepchild at the family reunion," so to speak, in North Carolina politics.
 
Green energy advocates characterize it as a jobs-killing bill, and the House leadership hasn't made it easy for the measure to move forward, but state Rep. Mike Hager said support is building for House Bill 298, his effort to end costly state tax subsidies for renewable energy.
Green energy advocates characterize it as a jobs-killing bill, and the House leadership hasn't made it easy for the measure to move forward, but state Rep. Mike Hager said support is building for House Bill 298, his effort to end costly state tax subsidies for renewable energy.
 
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