Question by The Light of Truth: Why are more “Green Energy” Firms Failing? How long could ANY of them last without CONSTANT Subsibization?
In fact, how much better off would the Entire Globe be without Liberals, Democrats and Socialists spending all of our money on Themselves and Useless, Childish Activities?
@Sam, I get plenty Q’s deleted when telling the truth…
Answer by cargo pilot III Flyin’ Mayan There is only so many BTU’s in a square foot of sunlight. Green energy just isn’t ready and may never will be. Throwing away trillions of taxpayer dollars won’t get more energy from where it doesn’t exist.
Question by O’Really: Will Cap & Trade make “Green Energy” attractive to consumers ?
Since they’ll be the “traders” in this case prices might even go down.
EDIT…can anyone tell me about Green Mountain Energy ?
ozman641…South Texas from Corpus Christi to the border will get most of it’s power from wind in the next year or two.
Answer by C.S. Can’t tell you aboutgreen mountain…
But empirical examples from Europe and prior U.S. cap’n’trade operations (including SO2 in the 1990s) show that it will make pollution a choice in consuming and production and increase ‘greener’ choices by both consumers and producers in order to lower costs.
Question by Obama hood – Spread the Wealth: Does Obama want high oil prices to fuel his desire for “green energy”?
Are higher prices of oil good for “green energy” development? Is this why Obama got the USA involved in the civil war in Libya?
Question by yoshi_gurl08: Green Mountain Energy is it a legit safe/scam free company?
I’m considering working there and I encountered a sour ad and actually went to the interview
for “Just Energy” I got home googled it (because they didnt put the name of the company) and saw so many bad complaints from eployees and customers. Is this commissioned based or what.
IS THIS DOOR TO DOOR?
Answer by Bob Simple rule. Anything with “green” in the name is probably a scam.
Question by Spikey lover: Is Nevada still the leading state in green energy? Does the state us nuclear power at all?
I can’t seem to find any websites that refer to Nevada’s main power source. I’m pretty sure that Nevada doesn’t use nuclear power at all. I need the websites you get your info off of because I’m doing this for my final English essay of the semester.
Answer by Gourdman Nevada’s main power source is probably hydroelectricity from Hoover Dam.
I don’t know if the state has nuclear power plants, but it does host the biggest nuclear waste dump in the country at Yucca Mountain. Not too green, in my opinion.