What distinguishes expensive renewable energy projects from cheaper ones is not technology, but "soft costs" like financing and permitting.
The latest numbers on electricity costs show that various forms of renewable energy are already competitive with fossil fuels, with costs expected to continue falling.
Aggressive climate mitigation is absolutely worth the costs, but economic models are not a good guide to how difficult it might be.
A survey of utility execs also finds that a majority of them support Obama's power-plant rules or think they should be strengthened.
A rant about the abysmal state of innovation and progress in the U.S. electricity sector.
Climate modeling often shows that it's possible to decarbonize at low cost. But "possible" is a long way from practical, or likely.
Giant utility company Exelon has a failing business model and a plan to prop it up. Both ratepayers and clean energy will get screwed in the process.
Obama poked the GOP for their overused "I'm not a scientist" dodge. Seems they didn't like it one bit.
The State of the Union address marked the end of Obama's dreams of bipartisanship. The fight against climate change will benefit.
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