Report: Renewable Energy Subsidies Costing Taxpayers Billions

Energy | Jason Hopkins
Wind mills are seen at the Tazigou wind power station in Fuxin, Liaoning province November 22, 2009. According to China Windpower Group Ltd., Fuxin is an ideal region for wind power development, as it possesses fine wind resources as well as satisfactory on-grid conditions, Xinhua News Agency reported. Picture taken November 22, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer | Renewable Energy Costs Americans Billions

‘mismatched, ineffective, redundant, and short-sighted programs continue to move forward without critical or objective review’

Latest Solar Jobs Report Shows 'Green' Sector On Life Support

op-ed | Ross Marchand
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Why are taxpayers heavily subsidizing labor-intensive technologies because of delusions of grandeur?

This Solar Panel Can Charge Your RV, Boat, Cabin Or Anything Like That

Daily Dealer | Jack Kocsis
You can use this on both boats and golf carts (Photo via Amazon)

And it is $190 off today

The Dark Side Of The Sun: Nevada Gives In to Solar Bullies

Opinion | Bob Stump

The state has propped up a failing business model.

Faux Conservatives For Solar Energy

Opinion | Bob Barr

Progressives are using “conservatives” as a facade to further their cause.

The Solar Industry Cashes In On Government Subsidies

Opinion | Chris Millis
U.S. President Obama inspects solar panels at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas

In some states, subsidies for solar facilities are more than double the facilities’ actual costs.

Citizens Group Says Pull The Switch On 'Solar Socialism'

US | Ethan Barton
Solar system installer adjusts new solar panels on the roof of a house. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

‘Solar energy should be able to pass muster in the marketplace’

Apple And Google Pour Billions Down A Green Drain

Opinion | Steve Goreham

Business has been captured by climatism, the belief that humans are causing dangerous global warming.

Pilot Attempts 5 Day Flight In Solar Plane

Tech | Alex Pfeiffer
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‘As Borschberg is flying solo, he has to change his sleeping pattern to taking eight 20-minute naps a day’

Solar Industry Demands Subsidy Extension To Keep Screwing Homeowners

Business | Peter Fricke

Government subsidies boost growth of solar at the expense of taxpayers and consumers

Obama Admin Spends MORE Money Trying To Make Solar Energy Profitable

US | Michael Bastasch

Remember all those faulty green energy loans?

Growing Solar Panel Use Poses Huge Safety Risk For Firefighters

US | Michael Bastasch

Solar panels electrocute firefighters, collapse rooftops

Europe's Green Energy Industry Faces Collapse As Subsidies Are Cut

Business | Michael Bastasch
A German national flag is pictured in front of solar panels in Bad Hersfeld

Solar faces huge problems in Germany, Italy, Spain

Indian Government Promises Enough Solar Energy To Power A Light Bulb In Every Home

World | Michael Bastasch

‘The potential to completely transform the way we look at the energy space’

White House Solar Panels Produce Less Than 2 Percent Of Its Energy Needs

US | Michael Bastasch
White House solar panels

‘It’s a clear sign of our commitment to energy efficiency’

UK Scraps Subsidies To Solar Farms 'Blighting' The Countryside

Business | Michael Bastasch

Solar industry ‘dismayed’

White House to use executive orders to aid the solar industry

US | Michael Bastasch
President Obama makes remarks during an Easter prayer breakfast in the East Room of the White House in Washington

‘The President is committed to continuing the momentum’

Airplane pilots hit by 'nearly blinding' glare from massive Calif. solar facility

US | Michael Bastasch
Heliostats reflect sunlight onto boilers in towers during the grand opening of the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in the Mojave Desert near the California-Nevada border Feb. 13, 2014. (REUTERS/Steve Marcus)

‘When you move, it goes away’

Which Big Green industry is really sucking in Colorado?

US | Greg Campbell

State leaders need to ‘do more’

Report: Obama's solar energy revolution failing to take hold

Business | Michael Bastasch
File photo of worker inspecting solar panels at a solar farm in Dunhuang

”Nobody’s going to break ground’