The False Promise of Green Energy illustrates the irresponsibility of attempting to transform modern society with borrowed money, wishful thinking, and bad economics. It shows how the top-down control programs offered by green-energy and green-jobs advocates are unlikely to achieve positive results compared with allowing competitive forces to continue to provide ever greater environmental quality and energy efficiencies.The equipment necessary cost the company only $15 million, and the emissions credit business earns Rhodia more than the underlying ... For example, Aptera Motors, Inc. was dismayed to learn that its proposed three-wheeled vehicle was ineligible for a $75 million ... Outright grants are easy for budget hawks to spot;25 a tweak to a tax provision can be no less lucrative but easier to slip into 202 THE anbsp;...
|Title||:||The False Promise of Green Energy|
|Author||:||Andrew P. Morriss, William T. Bogart, Roger E. Meiners, Andrew Dorchak|
|Publisher||:||Cato Institute - 2011-02-09|