From today's Boston Herald: Now being litigated in federal court is a case that threatens to wipe out, with a stroke of the pen, $2.5 billion in investments in what is intended to become the Cape Wind power project. For more than 10 years, Cape Wind has been trying to build 130 wind turbines in Nantucket Sound against intense…Read More »
BHI Executive Director David G. Tuerck chimes in on the awful “solution” to the fiscal cliff on Fox25-Boston. Suffolk University PhD candidate and BHI intern Ryan Murphy dissects the argument that state governments can create jobs by investing in green energy or infrastructure projects. Aside from the inconvenient truth that jobs on a project are actually a cost, state governments…Read More »
Another day, another story of a Patrick Administration crony capitalist boondoggle. Today on tap is A123 Systems of Waltham, who is the subject of a class action law suit alleging they defrauded investors. Rigrodsky & Long, P.A. announces that a complaint has been filed in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts on behalf of all persons…Read More »
A piece of advice: Don’t read this article from the State House News Service (via WickedLocal) with your eyes too widely opened. They just might roll right out of your head.
Gov. Deval Patrick’s top energy and environment adviser called Tuesday for a “revolution” in the state’s green energy sector, urging more than 100 energy company executives to “take the clean energy…
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Well surprise surprise- more US taxpayer money getting utterly wasted on ‘green energy’ initiatives.
This time, the good people of New Hampshire get to sit back and watch Iberdrola, a massive Spanish energy company, suck up $30 million of stimulus money to build a wind farm in Groton. And this will shock you – it looks like they’re not even…
BOSTON Seventy-six percent (76%) of Massachusetts voters are willing to pay at least 1% or more for electricity generated by renewable energy according to a poll conducted by the Suffolk University Political Research Center for the Beacon Hill Institute’s Economic Indicators project. Eighteen percent (18%) said they would not pay any more for such electricity, with 7% undecided. However, just…Read More »