German Utility Warns Industry Fleeing Europe to US
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  • Clayton Holbrook

    Some of the most twisted reasoning I’ve heard from Greens is the willingness to make policy that makes traditional sources of energy provisions rise in cost to make renewables more competitive.

    • Andrew Allison

      I couldn’t agree more! The simple fact is that fossil fuel, with all its deleterious effects, is the most cost-effective source of energy available to us.

  • Pete

    Love it!

  • bigfire

    Have no fear, the Greens in this country will do their darndest to ensure that our electricity will be just as price competitive as European by banning affordable fracking.

  • Joseph Blieu

    The trustifarian environmental block bans on the possibility while ignoring the known benefit. We will spend $10e9 on pollution controls but we will ignore usefull spending on eliminating a mountain highway curve that kills one person per year. This is the age of imaginary virtue.

  • Corlyss

    I wonder if Ms. Merkel is listening. Do they detest industry as much a our elites do?

  • Atanu Maulik

    Like all Gods, the Green Gods too will demand huge sacrifices from the faithful. Lets see how much pain the faithful is willing to bear.

  • Boritz

    Can we do anything to reverse this trend? Yes we can.

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