Popeye Power: EPA Funds Spinach Research as an Oil Substitute

Written by Gary North on May 3, 2012

The Environmental Protection Agency never sleeps in its quest for environmentally friendly energy. So, it awarded $90,000 to students at Vanderbilt University to work on a project. The students think they can get net energy out of spinach. The students know a good thing when it comes along. The good thing is $90,000. The students […]

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Another Green Energy ObamaLoan Turns into Red Ink

Written by Gary North on April 13, 2012

Solyndra was the first domino. This latest bankruptcy will take with it maybe $50 million or maybe $100 million. The bankruptcy lawyers will hammer out a settlement. The U.S. government had put up a $2.1 billion loan guarantee. We will not know for years how much money in the hole the latest solar energy company […]

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