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Newton Daily News
Wind is essential, but don’t forget solarproduction earlier this summer, producing power at less than 3 cents per Kilowa
Wind is essential, but don’t forget solar
Newton Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
production earlier this summer, producing power at less than 3 cents per Kilowatt hour. To put that in perspective, the Institute for Energy Research found that Iowan’s pay 7.29 cents per Kilowatt hour. Our achievements in renewable energy must... Read more
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Slate
Without Even Mentioning Climate Change, Trump Still Got Environmental Facts Wrong$20 trillion in job-creating economic activity over the next four decades.” Th
Without Even Mentioning Climate Change, Trump Still Got Environmental Facts Wrong
Slate / Posted 5 days ago
$20 trillion in job-creating economic activity over the next four decades.” The source for this $20 trillion figure is the Institute for Energy Research, an organization funded by the Koch brothers. As the New York Times has previously noted,... Read more
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The Hill
Energy group gives Trump its first-ever endorsementAEA, the advocacy arm of the conservative Institute for Energy Research, said T
Energy group gives Trump its first-ever endorsement
The Hill / Posted 16 days ago
AEA, the advocacy arm of the conservative Institute for Energy Research, said Tuesday that Trump would undo President Obama’s policies that have harmed fossil fuels, unleashing massive economic growth. ADVERTISEMENT “These policies will usher in an... Read more
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New York Post
Five easy steps to US energy independenceexports each year — perhaps exceeding 5 percent of GDP. This would mean as many
Five easy steps to US energy independence
New York Post / Posted 24 days ago
exports each year — perhaps exceeding 5 percent of GDP. This would mean as many as 6 million new jobs, according to the Institute for Energy Research. Let’s not forget about coal. America was built on coal, and our nation has far more of it... Read more
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The Washington Times
Happy American Energy Independence Dayexports each year — perhaps exceeding 5 percent of GDP. This would mean as many
Happy American Energy Independence Day
The Washington Times / Posted 24 days ago
exports each year — perhaps exceeding 5 percent of GDP. This would mean as many as 6 million new jobs, according to the Institute for Energy Research. Let’s not forget about coal. America was built on coal, and our nation has far more of it... Read more

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