As long as we frack, we will produce toxic water as a biproduct of extraction. The gas & oil industry would love to find a way to reuse produced toxic water and state leadership has sipped their Kool Aid. On… Read More ›
HB 12 Is Dead, but Its Work Continues
No matter how often the legislature says no, hydrogen advocates find ways to circumvent that process and continue their work. Today we learned that HB 12 has been pulled and is effectively dead. Nonetheless, bill sponsors Reps. Nathan Small and… Read More ›
Hell No to HB 12, the 2023 Version of Hydra Hydrogen!
HB12 Advanced Energy Technology Act is one of the worst bills of this or any session, and this blog has required 3-4 complete revisions to wind up as it is. Sadly, there is no black and white here, only gauzy… Read More ›
The Roundhouse: Where Everything is Clear as Gauze
Bills with torturously unclear titles, late meeting announcements, bipartisan votes in every hearing, civil debate, and dignified discussions, good bills being slammed with industry misinformation and bad bills described in terms like economic justice, and renewables. It is all Roundhouse… Read More ›
The Research is in: Local Choice Energy Lowers Rates, Provides Greater Reliability & Accelerates Transition to Renewables
Today, we report on a big win in Mountain View and the conclusions drawn from three large studies of Local Choice Energy. A just released University of Massachusetts study, outlines extraordinary potential from LCE. The study follows studies done by… Read More ›
Game ON!! Tomorrow, We Need to Pack Senate Rules
Senate Rules will consider all three of the Governor’s nominees for the PRC and we have serious issues with one of the nominees, Patrick O’Connell. Plus an update on Local Choice Energy and a Call to Action.