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New Environmental Regulations Poised To Make Your Whole House More Expensive


If green energy really worked, would they need to push it so hard?

I have long been a huge advocate of nuclear energy, and other forms of energy derived from the manipulation of small particles.

That is not green energy. Green energy involves heavy mining for minerals, metals, and silicates to produce things like solar panels, wind turbines, and the batteries required to store the energy created from those methods.

Nothing about this process is ‘green’, and the energy derived from those methods is spotty at best.

If liberals, Democrats, Biden and whoever else crows about the ‘environment’ were truly serious about saving the planet they would be championing nuclear energy and research into particle based energy.

What wouldn’t be happening are insane regulations for faulty technologies which destroy economies and raise living costs to unsustainable standards.

The only sustainable part of ‘sustainable’ ‘green’ energy is the flow of money to the shareholders pockets who are heavily invested in the underlying businesses that produce this type of energy.

Now they’re proposing to rob you by way of appliance efficiency standards:

The Epoch Times writes:

The Laundry Room. Washing machines have been hit with multiple rounds of energy and water-efficiency regulations that have compromised performance and even forced some owners to buy and use special products to eliminate the stink that accumulates in the new models. Compliant dryers, like the new dishwashers, take longer to do the job.

The Basement. Your next new furnace may be significantly more expensive, thanks to regulatory changes percolating through the Biden DOE bureaucracy. Furnaces are currently available in natural-gas or electric versions, but the DOE is all-in on the war against gas, which environmentalists hate because it’s a fossil fuel and thus a contributor to climate change.


Spectator reports that these green energy initiatives are run by large corporate concerns, and causing political turmoil in the U.K:

That change in the economics of the electricity market would be to the substantive detriment of Scotland’s offshore wind industry. An inevitable outcome of secession therefore would be the degradation of Scotland’s renewables growth potential.

The Scottish Green’s support for big business involvement in the North Sea might feel to Scotland’s radical left like a betrayal. Most people though will see it as a necessary reality of being in power. What is scandalous is the Green’s support for a secessionist cause that, if it ever wins its ultimate prize, will set Scotland’s renewables potential back years.


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