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Category Archives: Energy
Governor, Stay Home and Do Your Job
The General Assembly recently adjourned its fall veto session without addressing many of the major problems which confront Illinois. Among them: . Illinois has a $4.4 billion shortfall in its Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund which it’s obligated to repay to … Continue reading
Posted in Corruption, Energy, State Government Tagged Climate Change Leave a comment
How Many Renewable Energy Credits Does It Take To Screw in a Light Bulb?
With the House convening on Thursday to consider energy/climate legislation that’s been negotiated by Democrats, labor unions and environmentalists, I’ve been reading up on what the bill provides and have a few observations and questions. . First of all, the … Continue reading
Posted in Energy Tagged Coal, Natural Gas, Nuclear Power, Renewable Energy, Solar Power, Wind Power Leave a comment