Is “Big Oil” Getting Greener?

The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) is an organization of thirteen of the world’s largest oil and gas companies.…

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Economic Benefits of Renewable Energy

There are compelling economic reasons for the United States to rapidly move from fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas)…

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Climate Change Debate – Are We Studying For The Wrong Test?

Global warming, climate change and energy are frequently discussed, but poorly understood topics. The media frequently quotes presidents, prime ministers,…

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NEW BOOK REVIEW – “Fueling America” by Jack Kerfoot

The following is a recent book review for “FUELING AMERICA, An Insider”s Journey” on Good Reads: Fueling America: An Insider’s…

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Revolutionary Energy Storage System

Intermittent renewable energy sources, wind and solar can generate electricity for less money ($/kWh) than any form or fossil fuel…

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Environmental Groups Shut Down Coal Power Plants In Arkansas

The state of Arkansas is known for its scenic natural beauty. Arkansas, known as The Natural State has fifty-two state…

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Taiwan’s Move To Offshore Wind

The Republic of China (Taiwan) currently has an estimated population of 23.72 million people. The power plants on the island…

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Cheapest Power Source? Renewables, Not Fossil Fuels!

Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) has recently released a report documenting that unsubsidized onshore wind and solar are now the…

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Will Solar Solve Senegal’s Power Problem?

The Republic of Senegal currently has an estimated population of 16.47 million people. Only 64.5 percent of the people in…

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Maryland Dreams Of A Green, Resilient Grid

The population of the state of Maryland is currently estimated to be 6.08 million people. In August 2018 the power…

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