Germany’s Nuclear Energy Conundrum

The population of the Federal Republic of Germany is approximately 83.92 million people[1]. In 2019, 100% of the people in…

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Offshore Wind Energy Is America’s Future

In 2015, a levelized study, removing all tax credits and financial incentives showed that onshore wind was the cheapest form…

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Global Wind Energy Trends

Winds offshore are typically stronger and more consistent than winds onshore. Stronger winds more power generation. As an example, a…

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Europe’s Growing Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Europe is rapidly increasing the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging networks. Vattenfall has announced plans to install EV charging…

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Europe’s Growing Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Vattenfall is expanding installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in the United Kingdom (UK). The company currently operates 9,000…

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Oil & Gas Industry Helping Offshore Wind Industry

The first commercial oil well in the world was drilled in 1859 near Titusville, Pennsylvania. Almost ninety years passed, before…

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RENEWABLE ENERGY LEADERS

As I was writing my book, “Fueling America”, I thought it was important to look at global energy trends around…

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Electric Vehicle Wireless Charging Stations

Electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers around the world have been developing wireless charging stations. The Kia Motor Corporation, headquartered in Seoul,…

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Statoil’s Future Is Renewable Energy

On November 6, 2017, Danish Oil and Natural Gas (DONG) announced the company’s name would be changed to Ørsted A/S.…

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Increasing Electric Vehicle Charger Access

Tesla has set a goal of selling more than 100,000 electric vehicles (EV) in 2018. To achieve this aggressive sales…

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