Jonathan Chance's Comments

April 16, 2010

Survival of the FIT-est

FITs do nothing to avoid financial bubbles, graft, inefficiency, and economic instability.

Legitimate governments will implement appropriate RECs-based monetary reform to allow a free and fair market-based economy:

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April 11, 2010

From Oil Sector to Wind Power in Norway

There's no such thing as a "depth gap" for cost-effective offshore wind energy because there are many different designs for such systems.

It's likely that well-designed offshore wind energy will always be among the lowest-cost ways to generate base-load electricity.

JPChance.Org

April 11, 2010

US Wind Industry Needs US Manufacturing

When our public treasuries issue sound money such as genuine silver dollars, United States Notes backed by domestic hydrocarbon reserves, and appropriately valued Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) directly to individual (legally transparent) citizens, a free and fair market-based economy will expedite the transition from the suicidal petro-banking warfare racket to an efficient and productive economy that benefits everyone:

BoobsNotBombs.Net

April 11, 2010

Solar PV in Los Angeles

Appropriately valued RECs issued by our public treasuries directly to individual citizens is the way to go:

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More democracy, less kleptocracy.

April 11, 2010

Supercharging Renewables

Why would anyone manufacture or buy EVs rather than PHEVs?

RothschildMotors.com/alfaromeo147re.html

April 02, 2010

Is the US Losing the Clean Energy Race?

A centrally-planned pseudo-economy that's based on private central banking monopolies issuing fraudulent debt currency and stealing other people's petroleum (and lives) is at the core of most of today's institutional problems. Petro-banking warfare is a serious crime.

When public treasuries issue sound currency such as silver dollars, United States Notes backed by domestic hydrocarbon reserves, and Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) directly to individual (legally transparent) citizens, we'll have a peaceful, productive, efficient, regenerative, prosperous, free and fair market-based economy that benefits everyone:

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March 31, 2010

Small Wind: An Evolution or Revolution?

Unless you're off-grid, why waste resources (and create audio-visual pollution) with small wind turbines rather than generating more community-owned wind farm cooperatives?

JPChance.Org

March 31, 2010

NYISO Considers Energy Storage

Hydropower, vegetable oil + turbo-diesel plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) = problem solved.

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March 31, 2010

Sharp Starts Up New Thin Film Plant

We're looking forward to Sharp Solar and other Japanese companies expanding PV manufacturing in the USA.

We need a demand-side market-based manufacturing economy, not the the banksters' supply-side petro-banking warfare casino.

End the Fed and implement appropriate RECs-based monetary reform:

BoobsNotBombs.Net

March 31, 2010

Four Rivers BioEnergy Signs Deal with BP

And when will Americans be allowed to buy and manufacture the efficient turbo-diesels you've got in Europe?

RothschildMotors.com

March 31, 2010

IREC: How to Build Community Renewables

Allow a free and fair market-based economy and everyone benefits:

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Jonathan Chance

Jonathan Chance

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