House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi’s husband bought up to a quarter million dollars of stock in a now financially troubled green energy company just weeks before it announced a major 2014 acquisition that sent stock prices soaring, public records show.
The chief financial officer of a renewable energy company that owns two solar projects backed by billions in U.S. taxpayer funds resigned on Tuesday as market watchers downgraded the flagging company’s financial outlook.
Private solar leasing companies are renting solar panels to homeowners at high costs while also receiving millions of dollars in taxpayer subsidies, a combination that could create a financial bubble similar to the 2007 housing market crash, according to a new report.
The Obama administration is fighting climate change by putting solar panels on a brewery in Wyoming.
A solar company backed by a high-dollar Democratic donor has found a solution to low-cost Chinese competition: prison labor.
President Obama’s avian genocide is one of the greatest crimes ever against the bird community. His determination to eradicate the population of majestic bald eagles—the single greatest symbolic representation of the American freedom—is particularly unsettling.
Despite billions spent in investments over decades, solar energy will only make up 0.6 percent of total electricity generation in the United States, according to a report released by the Taxpayers Protection Alliance (TPA).
As a controversial federal agency prepares extensive taxpayer support for green energy companies in India, one such company has hired a former top official at the agency who has helped it secure millions in taxpayer-backed financing.
The New York Times is concerned that a foreign energy company with powerful political allies in the United States and a multi-million-dollar lobbying footprint could lose out on federal subsidies if Congress does not renew a special interest tax break.
The Obama administration’s effort to save the environment by exterminating non-human life forms is succeeding dramatically, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal: