Economy

German Government, Not Wind Power, Beats Energy Competitors

Bloomberg News published an article Friday trumpeting the headline, “German Wind Power Beats Hard

Fact Check: Vox’s David Roberts Tells Tall Tales on Subsidies

Vox’s David Roberts published an article last week claiming “Most energy subsidies go not

Union Leaders Stand Up for Nuclear Power, Deride Wind and Solar

Nuclear power is the most effective way to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and efforts

Japan Learns Lesson, Returns to Nuclear Power

Japan has restarted five nuclear power plants and is likely to restart several more,

Natural Gas Prices Already Less Expensive than Before Harvey

The environmental left has been gleefully predicting and reporting that Hurricane Harvey, striking the

Hurricane Harvey Debunks Doomsday Natural Gas Claims

Hurricane Harvey may have left a path of death and devastation in Texas and

China Ramps Up Coal Exports, Creating U.S. Natural Gas Opportunity

China is financing the construction of a growing number of coal power plants in

Trucking Magazine Touts Economy-Wide Benefits Created by Fracking

American truckers are finding new job opportunities created by energy production through hydraulic fracturing

Poland Expresses Gratitude for U.S. Natural Gas Exports

U.S. natural gas exports are not only good for the American economy, they are

EIA: New Natural Gas Plants Keep Getting Cheaper

Construction costs for new natural gas power plants dropped to a new low in

Measuring Success: Renewable Subsidies vs. Natural Gas

MIT Technology Review published an article this month lauding the success of federal subsidies

President Trump, Don’t Forget Pipeline Infrastructure

America’s energy renaissance is being stifled by poor pipeline capacity, but President Trump’s trillion-dollar