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EMPTY WALLETS: Why Renewables Offer No Resilient Recovery – Part 2

Contributed by Robert Lyman  ©  2020. Lyman’s bio can be read  here.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

In a previous report and post entitled, “Broken Promises: Why Renewables Offer No Resilient Recovery: Continue reading

BROKEN PROMISES: WHY RENEWABLES OFFER NO RESILIENT RECOVERY – PART 1

Contributed by Robert Lyman  ©  2020. Lyman’s bio can be read  here.

Those who believe that human greenhouse gas emissions are causing catastrophic global warming see the eventual recovery from … Continue reading

Inconvenient Facts

Contributed by Robert Lyman  ©  2020. Lyman’s bio can be read  here.

Every two years, Natural Resources Canada publishes the Energy Fact Book, a compilation of statistics about Canadian energy … Continue reading

Prosperity Foregone – A Summary

Contributed by Robert Lyman 2020. Lyman’s bio can be read here.

In this PowerPoint presentation, I have tried to answer a question about climate policy that is too rarely asked in … Continue reading

Nuclear energy, solution for the energy transition

Originally published on Doorbraak.be “Kernenergie, oplossing voor de energietransitie – Open brief aan de informateurs”

https://doorbraak.be/kernenergie-oplossing-voor-de-energietransitie/

JANUARY 23, 2020 André Berger & Samuel Furfari

Dear gentlemen informers,

The past year … Continue reading

SOLAR AND WIND POWER COST ABOUT 9 TIMES THAT OF ELECTRICITY FROM OTHER SOURCES

Contributed by Ken Gregory © 2019

Europe provides an example of what happens to electricity prices with increasing levels of wind and solar installed capacity per person. The plot below … Continue reading

If Greta Had Her Way

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2019.

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant, former public servant, and diplomat. His full bio is here.

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg … Continue reading

The Climate Change Policy Debate: Which way is the world heading?

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2019

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant. He was a public servant for 27 years and prior to that, a diplomat for 10 … Continue reading

Impacts of Greening Existing Infrastructure

Contributed by Kent Zehr, P. Eng. © 2019

Various proponents are touting the perception that the greening of society, by which they mean replacing all processes producing carbon dioxide, with … Continue reading

‘Analyzing’ The Future – The Tug of War Between Politics and Economics

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2019

“He who lives by the crystal ball soon learns to eat ground glass.”

Edgar Fiedler

Predicting the future has always been a perilous and … Continue reading

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