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What Has Donald Done Now?

A Feeble Attempt at Keeping Track of Everything You Need To Know 

Clean Energy
So far we don't have much, but we're looking.

Solar/Wind Power Closes Small Businesses

Donald has stated his preference for coal and natural gas, and said that solar power is unreliable and wind turbines are unsightly and harmful to wildlife. Donald Quixote Trump tells us, "The alternative is so expensive. Honestly, it’s not working so good. I know a lot about solar. I love solar. But the payback is what, 18 years?" adding, "They have not perfected it."  As for wind, Donald teaches us, "You have all these windmills all over the place driving you loco when you look at it, right? The worst part is the ones where each windmill is made by a different company, different shapes, different sizes, it looks like a junkyard. They are putting your business out of business." Now that's a businessman looking out for all of us, and the birds.

The Hill with Timothy Cama

Alls Well That Ends Well

August 11, 2016 ~ It was reported today in The Guardian, that due to unusually high winds last Sunday, enough power was generated by wind turbines in country that day to meet all of Scotland’s electricity needs. Environmental group WWF Scotland said an analysis of data by WeatherEnergy shows wind turbines in Scotland generated power equivalent to more than cover the entire country’s electricity needs for that day. In fact, 106% of the country's total electric grid requirement was filled by their wind turbine industry last weekend. Now isn't that amazing. 

We Also Have a Cure for Donald Quixote

Turns out, there is a clever solution on the way to help people like Donald Trump who fear wind turbines, their blades, their bird killing abilities. And it's already out on the market. Jiggle turbines. Donald should love these...they certainly come in under budget. The perfect formula for a low cost, low maintenance turbine that is adaptable for all needs, especially for those with no access to the grid. Plans to commercialize the turbine is scheduled for mid 2017. 

Solar on The White House

The saga of Solar on the White House is an interesting one. Thanks to our friends at Mental Floss for putting this together. The sad reality is, if Donald Trump become President, will he take them all down? Throughout his career, The Don has repeated a number of myths of energy market dynamics in general. EnergySage found that residential customers who used its service recovered the investments they made in PV systems in an average of 7.5 years, not 30.

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