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By Michael Broihier Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer visited Lincoln County last week as part of a statewide effort to promote the opportunity for those renewing their farm license plates to make a ten dollar donation to the Agricultural...
Tags: Agriculture, Farms, Environmental Issues, Lincoln, Biofuels
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Danville company responsible for scientific discoveries impacting both biofuels and beer is expanding its home base, and the owners believe they are poised for innovation in some new areas. After first opening in 2005, Ferm Solutions Inc. has...
Ronald Reagan observed what history teaches: “The nearest thing to eternal life we will ever see on this earth is a government program.” Therefore, we must fight hardest when do-gooders first raise the spectacle of saddling us with one of...
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,...
Guest ColumnistWhen Robert Kennedy Jr. appeared at the University of Kentucky last year, he — as many alternative energy proponents often do — referred to the Midwest as being the Saudi Arabia of wind energy. Well, I had occasion to drive through “...
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...
Contributing ColumnistRonald Reagan observed what history teaches: “The nearest thing to eternal life we will ever see on this earth is a government program.” Therefore, we must fight hardest when do-gooders first raise the spectacle of saddling us with one of...
The Winchester SunEast Kentucky Power Cooperative launched the first in a series of wide-scale talks with environmental groups Tuesday in an effort to expand renewable energy and efficiency programs at the wholesale electricity provider. Called the Demand Side...
Guest columnistThe Obama administration claims the government can “create jobs” through technology, particularly green technology. The president argues that the technology is there, and all it needs is a “nudge” from the government. He does not...
Tags: Politics, Energy, Government, Nuclear Power, Biofuels
The Winchester SunAlltech, an animal nutrition firm based in Nicholasville, cut the ribbon for its trailblazing algae fermentation plant on Wednesday, advancing high hopes for the organic material in feed and fuel. The ceremony served as a centerpiece for Alltech’s...
If a turbine falls in the desert, would anyone hear it? In this case, when environmentalists and the residents of nearby Ocotillo are watching for any little misstep, the answer is yes. The failure of one of 112 turbines in the Ocotillo Express wind farm...
Tags: Siemens, Environmental Issues
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