HeadLocke No. 71: Renewable energy claims based on ‘magical thinking’

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HeadLocke No. 71: Renewable energy claims based on ‘magical thinking’

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We often hear about the potential benefits of government mandating more use of solar and wind energy. But advocates ignore key facts that make these renewable energy sources more costly and less “green” than advertised. Mark Mills, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of “The New Energy Economy: An Exercise in Magical Thinking,” discusses the facts of renewable energy use with Mitch Kokai.

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