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Is There A Change In The Wind? - Crown Capital Eco Manage...

The Great Renewable Energy Scam: Is There A Change In The Wind? People don’t like being forced to purchase things they may not want, which is why over half of us are hoping that the Supreme Court throws out the individual insurance mandate in President Barack Obama’s health care plan. There’s also a worldwide rebellion brewing against being forced to purchase expensive electricity produced by so-called “renewable” sources, now being exacerbated by the availability of very cheap natural gas from shale formations. But, here in the U.S. there are some 30 different statewide “renewable portfolio standards” (RPSs) that also mandate pricey power, usually under the guise of fighting dreaded global warming. RPSs command that a certain percentage of electricity has to come from wind, solar, geothermal, or biomass. Given that this power generally costs a lot more than what comes from a modern coal or gas plant, your local utility passes the cost on in the form of higher bills, which the various state utility commissions are only too happy to approve in the name of saving the planet. RPSs generally do not include hydroelectric power, which produces no carbon dioxide. It’s also much more predictable than solar or wind, and costs about the same as the average for gas and coal combined. It’s not in the portfolio standards because dams are soooo 20th century, and it isn’t a darling of the green lobby, like solar, wind and biomass. But hydro can deliver more juice than solar is ever likely to. Nor do RPSs allow for natural gas. There are massive quantities in shale formations around the country, and new horizontal drilling techniques are releasing so much of it that it is now the cheapest source of electrical power. If our environmentalist friends were at all serious about climate change, they would enthuse over it because it produces significantly less carbon dioxide than an equivalent quantity of coal when used for power generation. Instead, they are horrified that cheap gas will destroy solar and wind. Their worries are quite well-founded. In November, NextEra Energy, the country’s largest wind-energy producer, said it would develop no new wind projects this year, as utilities sell cheaper gas power. When are governments going to learn that they ought to butt out of the energy business? RPSs that specify certain technologies are essentially picking winners and losers based more upon political pull than market logic. One needs to look no further than ethanol as a motor fuel, mandated by the feds. Sold as “renewable” and reducing pernicious carbon dioxide emissions, it actually produces more in its life cycle than simply burning an equivalent amount of gasoline. It also—unconscionabl y—consumes 40% of U.S. corn production, and we are the by far the world’s largest producer of this important basic food. Tags: jakarta capital, crown capital eco management, environmental scam prevention watch  (May 5, 2013 | post #1)

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CROWN CAPITAL ECO MANAGEMENT - environmental news

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CROWN CAPITAL ECO MANAGEMENT - environmental news

Benefits and Drawbacks of Biomass Boilers With oil and gas supplies only being given a 45 and 65 year lifespan by researchers, our fossil fuels are in danger of disappearing very quickly. Therefore, there is a constant need to find an alternative energy source and advancements have been made when it comes to utilizing other sources of fuel. One such source is biomass, an energy created from the burning of biological materials, primarily plants and biodegradable waste. This can power heating systems known as biomass boilers and is a genuine alternative to the fossil fuels we have always taken for granted. However, the development of biomass energy has prompted the discussion of several advantages and disadvantages. Advantages Producing heat and energy using biomass boilers and heaters is far more beneficial to the environment, since they use agricultural, urban, or industrial residues rather than burning fossil fuels. Producing energy this way recycles carbon and will not have a long last impact of the environment. When we burn fossil fuels, they produce carbon that does not already exist in the carbon cycle, so we are constantly adding more in to the atmosphere. Tags: benefits and drawbacks of biomass boilers, crown capital eco management environmental news  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #1)

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Crown Capital Eco Management - Energy efficiency

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Crown Capital Eco Management - Energy efficiency

Energy efficiency enters budget equation for school districts There is a room on the first floor of Elyria High School that you can say is the heart of the building. Just like veins and arteries weave their way through the body to the heart so blood can be pumped through every inch of a person, 278 geothermal wells dug 500 feet into the earth encircle the building in a horseshoe shape leading to a “heart” in the school’s mechanical room. White pipes, steel tubes and computerized equipment make up the entirety of the room that on a first glance looks like nothing more than a more high-tech boiler room. But the school’s geothermal system is a little more complicated, even though the main purpose is to reduce the school’s carbon footprint while saving the district money. And money matters are what jeopardize the health of the Elyria Schools. The district announced last month $3 million in budget cuts to stave off a projected deficit, including 59 positions — among them teachers, special education instructors and classroom aides and extracurricular programs such as the high school’s TV station and seventh-grade athletics. In addition, Superintendent Paul Rigda is just starting the arduous task of trying to convince state legislators and leaders that his idea for how to fund the construction of new elementary schools is worth considering. He wants the state to give Elyria $75 million to $80 million to build five elementary schools, without requiring voters to approve a bond issue and leave Elyria responsible for the entire cost of replacing the middle schools down the road. The figure is not just some pie-in-the-sky number. It equates to the roughly 52 percent the state said it would kick in to rebuild both the elementary and middle schools in a comprehensive project if taxpayers come up with the remaining 48 percent. So far, Rigda’s attempt has been rejected from the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission because state law would have to be rewritten to allow it. But that has not stopped him from making the case that Elyria could greatly benefit from new schools. His biggest challenge could be convincing parents and taxpayers who see shuttered buildings in the district that they may think would suit the district’s needs just fine. “We could be putting kids in new classrooms, we could be putting people to work, and we could be saving money because these (new) buildings would be energy-efficient buildings,” he said earlier this week. Now, that the idea is out there — Rigda said he was reluctant to mention it because of the controversial nature of suggesting the state change its long-held policy of requiring the local community to contribute for such projects — he said he hopes to eventually get an audience with Gov. John Kasich. Fifteen minutes to explain why the spirit of the law is to put kids into new buildings without penalizing them for what the community can’t or won’t approve is all he needs, he said.  (Mar 12, 2013 | post #1)

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BUSINESS IN BRIEF- Crown Capital Eco Management

http://zenaiswainc rowncapitalmanagem ent.tumblr.com/pos t/39431100136/crow n-capital-eco-mana gement-business-in -brief WASTE MANAGEMENT ORDERED TO PAY $376K http://www.tumblr. com/tagged/crown%2 0capital BOSTON - A Texas-based waste disposal company has been ordered to pay more than $376,000 in fines and restitution for violations of prevailing wage laws, Attorney General Martha Coakley said. Waste Management Inc. was cited for charging employees for health care coverage they did not receive, Coakley said. From June 2008 through June 2011, Waste Management made deductions from the prevailing wage for employees who had opted out of the company’s health and welfare plans. Waste Management agreed to pay back 56 employees for the costs of unwanted benefits that had been deducted from their wages. AD AGENCY MOVES TO INDUSTRIAL PARK PLYMOUTH - ViaMark Advertising has relocated to an expanded office at 5 Aldrin Road in Plymouth Industrial Park. The move was necessitated by expanded staff and plans to open more franchise offices throughout New England. The company was at Cordage Commerce Center for the last seven years. The company chose to remain in Plymouth because of its proximity to Boston, Providence and Cape Cod, the media markets that it has identified as ripe for franchise growth, founder Glenn Anderson said. The agency handles more than 100 accounts from Massachusetts to Florida, specializing in creative services, media placement and radio, TV, print, outdoor and online advertising. See more: http://kerrydavid. tumblr.com/post/34 153754294/business -in-brief  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #1)

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Crown Capital Eco Management - Related Legislation

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