Britannia Rules The Wind

The current population of the United Kingdom (UK) and is approximately 66.85 million people. In 2018, utilities used natural gas…

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The World’s Addiction To Fossil Fuels

Fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) are not renewable resources. Continued industrial growth is causing the world to consume…

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A New Cap-and-Trade Plan To Limit Emissions… But Is This The Best Policy?

Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virginia have each committed to cut transportation emission in…

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Going Green – What Is The Best Policy?

Severe weather, devastating forest fires and compelling scientific data are all compelling reasons to believe that the growing industrialization of…

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Climate Change Debate – Are We Studying for the Wrong Test

There are compelling economic and environmental reasons for America to immediately move from fossil fuels (coal, oil or natural gas)…

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Michigan Installing EV Charging Stations

Michigan’s two largest utilities, DTE Energy and Consumers Energy are developing a program to incentivize electric vehicle (EV) to charge…

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Value of Electric Buses

The Union of Concerned Scientists have released a report that electric buses (EBs) are 1.4 to 7.7 times better than…

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First Floating Offshore Wind Farm

On October 18, 2017 Hywind, the first offshore wind farm began operation of the northeast coast of Scotland. Hywind has…

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Wave & Tidal Energy Developments

The World Energy Council estimates that wave and tidal energy has the potential to provide 10% of the world’s electricity.…

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Renewable Energy Dethroning King Coal

US utilities are scheduled to take 11,400 MW of coal-fired power plant capacity offline in 2018. An additional 19,800 MW…

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