Offshore wind energy is a lousy deal for consumers
The Biden administration recently announced what it called a “bold set of actions” that will “catalyze” the installation of 30,000 megawatts of new offshore wind capacity by 2030. One problem: It didn’t contain a single mention of electricity prices or ratepayers.
New DOE price data spotlights the regressive nature of ‘electrify everything’ effort
Many climate activists advocate bans on natural gas as well as other policies that will restrict the use of hydrocarbons. But data published last week in the Federal Register shows how regressive those policies will be.