Just think, we are a little more than three years away from the 2020 Iowa caucuses. Let that thought warm your soul as you watch Donald Trump soil the office of the President of the United States and his minions essentially crap on America.
On to the links…
Inside Trump’s Holdings: A Web of Potential Conflicts—The man is the living personification of potential political scandal. Remember when Hilary Clinton’s problem was that there was perceived “pay to play” with regard to the Clinton Global Initiative, which was debunked in short order? Where is the outrage at a sitting president who refuses to do anything substantive about his conflicts of interest?
President Trump Will Love This New Wind Energy Farm: It’s Huuuuuuger Than Anything In China—I prefer to think of this wind farm as yuge. I wonder if renewables can get backing from Trump because they are amazing, so amazing. The best in the world, really. Big league.
What Would The Economic Impact Be If Everyone Installed Solar Panels?—Boy, wouldn’t this be a problem to have?
Turning Point: Solar Cheaper than Wind—This is for unsubsidized large scale or utility scale solar. Amazing that power from the sun is now cheaper than wind and possibly cheaper than coal or natural gas.
Scotland Eyes 50% Renewable Energy by 2030 in Shift Away from North Sea Oil—Scotland is basically forced to do this because the North Sea oil fields are running dry.
Japan’s Solar Boom Is Accelerating—It’s like solar is reaching a tipping point where there is a positive feedback loop. More installed solar leads to even more installed solar and so on and so forth.
Big Changes Brewing in the Wasatch—Even in deep red Utah, which has given us that rat fink Jason Chaffetz, a compromise has been reached with regard to development that most people in the area seem to be agreeable with. Is this the new future?
Buffalo to be First Major American City to Eliminate Parking Requirements—Do you want to know why every place in America has huge parking lots that only seem full a couple days a year? Zoning requirements. Changing these requirements could mean building more dense developments and having actually walkable communities.
Hot Red Chili Peppers may be the Secret to Longer Life—If this is the case I should be doing well.