Countering popular claims that environmentalists are just a bunch of hairy nay-sayers, the Sierra Club release also offered alternatives for North Texas power deciders: Solar, wind, efficiency. Sounds a lot like the direction South Texas had been heading.
All eyes in Texas are on Ike. Wonderment being expressed about the sheer size of this sucker. Questions about the potential storm surge, force of winds, and damages in refinery row as the storm clicks toward midnight. Some are also watching the nuclear plant on the coast in Matagorda County. Others – like me – can’t help but wonder about the potential imminent collapse of our universe.
I am proud to announce that harman on earth has become a certified public relations nightmare. No. That’s too grand. Rephrase: I am pleased to announce that Uranium Enrichment Corpse […]
I suspect it’s getting lonlier being Milton Lee. It wasn’t just the empty chairs reserved for CPS board and citizens advisory members on either side of the CPS general manager […]
Okay. So we’ve shown you how to model anticipated sea level rise and locate within this swirling seaspray what our San Antonio utility folks are calling the best location for […]
It’s obviously a Bay City thing, cause they weren’t havin’ none of of that anti-nuke sentiment at this week’s U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission hearing on the potential environmental impacts of […]
As surely as much-anticipated There Will Be Blood (Hi, Christine!), the story of one man’s despotic devotion to oil wealth over humanity, is finally hitting South Texas cinemas, the power […]
Seems that the pressure to kick off this mislabeled nuclear “renaissance” has lit a new fire under the Energy, Department of, to open Yucca Mountain. If you aren’t familiar with […]
NRG CEO David Crane speaking with an expensive Fortune haircut — no, not about why his company’s heads are dumping their company shares — about why clean coal and nukes […]