Michael Horne
Plenty of Horne

Wisconsin Falling Behind on Renewable Energy

These businesses spend much of their time battling political opposition in Wisconsin, an expert notes.

By - Oct 11th, 2015 10:47 am
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6 thoughts on “Plenty of Horne: Wisconsin Falling Behind on Renewable Energy”

  1. Wisconsin Conservative Digest says:

    The more of this stupidityy that we get, biomass fuel, rubbing sticks together, windmills, we will raise electric prices and drive out jobs. Be another West Virginia.

  2. Tim says:

    WI is the last in the midwest when it comes to renewables & our electric rates are just about at the top. Renewable save money… coal is not only a filthy energy source, it’s very expensive compared to renewables & natural gas.

  3. Vincent Hanna says:

    If you are 70+, obviously you don’t care about renewable energy or climate change. You have other, more pressing concerns.

  4. Wisconsin Conservative Digest says:

    Funny tim, wind is far mroe ex
    pensive, check your data.

  5. AG says:

    WCD, they conclude that Wind is cheaper when they do things like nearly double the cost of coal by adding a cost for global warming, include carbon tax, ignore wind and clean power subsidies (while counting “coal subsidies”), ignore “clean coal,” only use newly built plants instead of accounting for existing facilities with a lot of life left, and other such things.

  6. wisconsin Conservative Digest says:

    Global warming is a positive cause iw ant it to be what it was during Viking era when it was nicer and you could grow corn in Greenland.

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