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No, Elizabeth May – Canada Cannot Go 100% Renewable by 2030. Here’s why.

Elizabeth May sent out an email to her supporters and Green Party members on June, 17, 2020, claiming that “Canada can have 100% of our electricity from renewable sources by Continue reading

GRID-SCALE BATTERY STORAGE – AN ANECDOTAL REVIEW

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

One of the central claims of those who advocate “decarbonization” of the world’s economy is that in the … Continue reading

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

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We are truly living through an unprecedented, interesting time period. Never in the history of mankind have so many nations purposely been … 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

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

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

Renewable Energy Jobs – For Other Countries

Contributed by Robert Lyman ©2019

Robert Lyman is a former public servant of 27 years and prior to that was a diplomat for 10 years. 

 

For the

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Cher Alec Castonguay…

A personal op-ed by Michelle Stirling © Jan. 1, 2019, Communications Manager for Friends of Science Society.

Responding to Alec Castonguay’s Dec. 20, 2018 “A letter from Quebec…” published in Continue reading

Transition to Renewable Energy? World Energy Use Summarized

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2018

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant, former public servant of 27 years and diplomat for 10 years prior to that.

In June, … Continue reading

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