This page contains links to the articles on the costs of green energy development
German Electric Prices – Unreliable, Most Expensive: Green Energies Make Germany’s Electricity Prices Highest in Europe!
The United Kingdom (UK) has a decarbonization target of net zero emissions by 2050 which is basically the same as New York’s 2050 goal. National Grid has developed Future Energy Scenarios (FES) that “provide transparent, holistic paths through future, uncertain energy landscapes” which translates to their guesses how the UK target can be met. The Global Warming Policy Foundation paper The Future of GB Electricity Supply found that “decarbonising the electricity system and domestic housing in the next three decades will cost over £2.3 trillion pounds. The final bill will surpass £3 trillion, or £100,000 per household, once the cost of decarbonising major emitting sectors like manufacturing, transport and agriculture are included”.
The Cost in Human Energy This article by Willis Eschenbach puts green energy costs in perspective
Pragmatic Environmentalist of New York CLCPA Costs Page Link to articles on the specific cost of New York’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act.
UK prices for net-zero – This shows how the green agenda has been hastily advanced by lobbyists, academics, and politicians, who have few realistic ideas as to how to achieve any of it – technically, economically, or politically.
Trying to achieve the United Nations’ target of limiting global temperature increases to 1.5 C above pre-industrial levels will do more social and economic harm than good, says a study by the Fraser Institute.