Steve Milloy, a senior legal fellow at the Energy and Environment Legal Institute, went on record with Breitbart News to discuss his concern about the Biden administration pushing solar and wind-sourced electricity. Moving away from coal and natural gas and continuing to undermine fossil fuel production and consumption weakens our power grid.

He says if we continue on this course, blackouts and brownouts, like those in California and Texas, will become broader electricity shortages across America. Texas has had issues because even Republicans have joined in and relied more on unreliable green technologies.

Milloy pointed to “green energy” being a nonsensical neologism invented to mislead the public. Making them believe renewable energy sources are environmentally better.

“This ‘clean’ or ‘green energy’ future, I hate when people use those words, because they have no meaning,” 

“What’s so clean and green about windmills and solar panels? It means you have no idea what you’re talking about, or where these things come from, and what they produce.”


Milloy said that the CCP – Chinese Communist Party is the primary beneficiary of “global warming” and “climate change” ideology. China can utilize slave labor and produce components for solar energy for 10% less than the US, according to The International Energy Agency. They acknowledge that “manufacturing capacity has increasingly moved from Europe, Japan, and the United States to China over the last decade.”

Green energy ideas and climate change activism have also produced issues in other countries.

Americans should watch and learn. Green energy is “not ready for prime time”

Yet strangely, Bloomberg reports that China is ramping up its coal production.

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