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  • Amidst Growing Budget Concerns, State Democrats Hope to Extend EV Tax Credits

    Amidst Growing Budget Concerns, State Democrats Hope to Extend EV Tax Credits0

    If you haven’t watched Reason TV’s Remy,  just play one of his music videos. Besides being both clever and hilariously entertaining, each video drops what 30 Rock called a truth bomb: “A fact or piece of knowledge that, when told to a listener, is devastating to the listener’s argument or world view.” A favorite Remy

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  • Early Concerns and Approval – 2019 Energy Bills

    Early Concerns and Approval – 2019 Energy Bills0

    After getting steamrolled in state legislative elections, center right voters across the state need to prepare themselves for progressive left legislation that more than likely will drive up energy prices for the sin of being productive and prosperous. Apparently, the best way to ecological paradise is by enriching monopoly utilities like Xcel Energy. While it

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  • A Solution that Protects Liberty and Our Electricity

    A Solution that Protects Liberty and Our Electricity0

    Fifth article in our series about microgrids By: Casey Freeman Contributor: Brit Naas Security concerns surrounding America’s electric grid steadily grow as attacks and the threat of an attack increase. In 2015, Ukraine was victim to a large scale cyberattack on its electric grid, which resulted in 225,000 people without power. The attack has been

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  • Ripe for Change: It’s Time to Consider Microgrids

    Ripe for Change: It’s Time to Consider Microgrids0

    Fourth article in our series about microgrids. What received a D+ rating and is in need of major updates and improvements? No, not the Denver Broncos’ coaching staff! The answer is the U.S. electric grid. The United States electric grid is still an engineering marvel, but much of it was built before the twenty-first century,

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