Taxis in New York City

In today’s war on climate change, some state administrations are focused on overhauling their states into a world that lacks adequate energy solutions as they charge forward towards unrealistic energy mandates that limit certain types of energy. The problem lies that most electric grids –  particularly in large cities – are not set up for the overhaul. In a rush to change these policies, politicians are forgetting that consumers are the ones suffering the consequences of these decisions.

“One irony is that the pipeline he vetoed below New York Harbor could reduce annual CO2 emissions by the equivalent of 500,000 cars on the road. His gas embargo is raising state emissions.”

Read more – Wall Street Journal