Welcome. We love coal. Beautiful clean coal. We want electric utilities to drop their foolhardy anti-coal political correctness so they can burn more coal to power our economy, raise our standard of living, secure our nation and set an example for the rest of the world. We own stock in electric utilities so we can advocate for coal as shareholders. You can help us buy stock and support our campaign for coal. You can also help out by giving us your proxy in electric utility stock you own. Check out ABOUT, MANIFESTO, ADVOCACY and PORTFOLIO to learn more about us. Come back regularly to check out our activities and take on the latest news, posted below. Check out media stories about us.
The “green wave” of utilities shutting down coal fired power plants in the name of climate change has hit a rock, with bigger rocks to come. In this case the rock is the activist BURN MORE COAL, with the help of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)… BMC principal (and legendary skeptic) Steve Milloy sums it up this way…
CO2 emissions are NEVER going down. Utilities that claim they are saving the planet by reducing emissions are lying.
BURN MORE COAL wins the right to talk greenwashing, coal, climate at the annual shareholder meetings of Duke Energy and Exelon, and to have shareholders vote on our Greenwashing Audit proposals. YUGE.
Maybe it’s time for the coal industry to get onboard and defend itself.
PM2.5 junk science was instrumental to the Obama administration’s destruction of the coal industry. But that junk science will no longer fly at the EPA… thanks in large part to the work of BURN MORE COAL co-founder Steve Milloy. In a draft letter posted last week, the EPA’s Clean Air Act Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC) trashes the Clinton-Bush-Obama era PM2.5 junk science.
For historical background on the PM2.5 saga and PM2.5 science reality, read “Scare Pollution: Why and How to Fix the EPA.”
The use of big batteries to partially offset the intermittency of renewables is growing rapidly. Unfortunately some utilities have adopted a deceptive practice with the public, making these battery packs seem much more important then they are. It is all part of hyping the utility’s supposed greenness, which helps their stock price but not their customers.