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(, Terry Jarrett) USofA - Europe has a problem that may soon become ours
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Terry Jarrett, - Energy Attorney: Countries including Germany, Spain, and England are finding that their recent “green energy” experiments are proving too costly to continue. Between 2005—when the European Union adopted its emissions trading scheme—and 2014, residential electricity rates in the EU increased by an average of 63 percent. In Germany, rates increased by 78 percent; in Spain, by 111 percent; and, in the U.K., by a whopping 133 percent. Over the same decade, residential rates in the United States rose only 32 percent. This article discusses "renewable" wind and solar and coal with clean coal technologies used in the USA.

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