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In a letter Friday, Joseph Fons states that “the best experience of his life” was his time at Northern Kentucky University. I’m glad that Mr. Fons had this opportunity. But I have to ask: What did President Obama have to do with the loan...
email@example.comWhen the city of Danville purchased the warehouse on Third Street at auction on Aug. 10, it outbid an industrial client from Tennessee that had hoped to expand its operations as a recycling contractor for R.R. Donnelly. Jody Lassiter, president and CEO...
Contributing columnistKentuckians weren’t surprised to hear recently that Abound Solar, a federally subsidized solar-power manufacturer, declared bankruptcy. Why should we be? Unintended consequences always accompany each attempt by our Environmental Protection Agency...
Guest ColumnistKentuckians weren’t surprised to hear recently that Abound Solar, a federally subsidized solar-power manufacturer, declared bankruptcy. Why should we be? Unintended consequences always accompany each attempt by our Environmental Protection Agency...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSo-called “green” energy companies tend to spend more time assessing overall environmental impact, but the insect-sized carbon footprint of the job Alternative Energies of Kentucky completed Friday will be tough to match. The Danville company...
email@example.comJessamine County Schools was one of 47 Kentucky districts recognized at an event last week for their energy-saving initiatives since January 2011. The Kentucky Energy Efficiency Program for Schools (KEEPS) banquet was Friday, Feb. 3, in Louisville and...
When Mike Cooper was hired last July by Clark County Public Schools as energy director, officials hoped he would be able to help the district find ways to save money on energy costs. And after analyzing the district’s energy bills and their rates,...
Contributing ColumnistIn January, I wrote an article on the government’s role in supporting basic science, invention and innovation. In the opening paragraph of that article I said: “The Obama administration claims the government can ‘create jobs’...
I have been playing with wind turbines and solar panels for around a year now. I have a 1,500-watt wind turbine and 12-100 watt solar panels hooked up to a large battery bank. Here are the problems with green energy. The wind turbines are basically dead...
Think we could use five million new jobs right about now? That’s what President Obama promised he’d create by “investing” taxpayer money in so-called green jobs. And not just any jobs, he said on the campaign trail in 2008, but...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA study has shown the Garrard County Courthouse and annex uses more energy than the average American courthouse. But a project to increase efficiency could pay for itself, according to the Kentuckiana Comfort Center Inc. The Louisville-based company...
Cheap energy has high costs Dear Editor: Why do huge, powerful and influential energy companies feel entitled to do business as cheap as possible, take huge profits out of state and leave mass destruction behind as our legacy for our children? Why do...
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