Hoosier Daniel Lee recently noted the policy choice to limit natural gas and coal, combined with mandates for low-energy wind and solar, is making the Midwest energy grid significantly more expensive and unreliable. Federal regulators are also attempting to quash local opposition to eyesore wind farms as they force utilities
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AT&S Well Prepared for Challenging Market Environment AT&S continued its growth course in the first three quarters of the financial year 2022/23. “After the positive development in the first half of the year, market conditions deteriorated significantly in the third quarter. Depending on how long this market weakness persists, we
In the last two decades, palm oil has become an environmental boogeyman, an ingredient that conscious consumers should try to avoid. The oil, found in everything from baby shampoo to ice cream, earned its bad reputation. Over the last 30 years, palm oil companies leveled acre upon acre of trees
In today’s security climate, NetOps and SecOps teams are witnessing increased attack surface area as applications and workloads move far beyond the boundaries of their data center. These applications/workloads move to, and reside in multi-cloud architecture, adding complexity to connectivity, visibility, and control. In the multi-cloud world, the SecOps teams
Climate change Commonwealth: Third round of consultation for reforms to the Safeguard Mechanism The Commonwealth Government has released proposed reforms to the Safeguard Mechanism as a key step in supporting emission intensive industries to contribute to Australia’s net zero by 2050 target and remain competitive in the decarbonising global community.
The Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion, Louisiana’s largest-ever project to rebuild coastal land, was approved on Wednesday to receive $2.26 billion to move forward with construction, with work expected to begin on the unprecedented plans later this year. The decision was issued by the federal-state panel that oversees BP Deepwater Horizon oil
The Biden administration takes the next step toward approving an Alaska oil project opposed by environmentalists. Meanwhile, California has its own proposal on use of the Colorado River, and the Senate introduces a bipartisan bill to restrict SPR sales to China. This is Energy & Environment, your source for the
M. Suhail By Valuentum Analysts Fast-food giant and dividend growth behemoth McDonald’s (NYSE:MCD) is one of our favorite stocks for consideration in this market environment for three reasons. Because of its largely-franchised business model, McDonald’s rakes in new revenue from its franchisees and is largely shielded from wage and food
I have recently spoken with many entrepreneurs still growing their businesses in the United States. When I talked with them about their international plans, many were interested in expanding internationally, but lacked a viable roadmap and resources for doing so. As they learned about my expertise in China and greater