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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Poland Moving From Black Coal To Offshore Wind

The Commonwealth of Poland (Poland) currently has a population of approximately 38.08 million people. The power plants use fossil fuels…

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Good Wind & Great Wind

Improving technology has made wind energy cheaper than any form of fossil fuel (coal, oil or natural gas) in most…

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VIRGINIA FINALLY MOVING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY

The Commonwealth of Virginia’s current population is approximately 8.53 million people. The power plants in Virginia use natural gas (55.7%),…

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Germany’s Move From Brown Coal To Green Energy

The population of the Federal Republic of Germany is currently estimated to be 82.36 million people. Germany’s power plants use…

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Renewable Energy, An Opportunity Italy Can’t Refuse

The Italian Republic (Italy) currently has a population of approximately 59.3 million people. In 2017, the power plants in Italy…

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California’s Slow Move Toward Offshore Wind Farms

Winds offshore are typically stronger and more consistent than wind onshore. Stronger winds generate more power on a wind turbine.…

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FUELING AMERICA – BOOK REVIEW

The following is a recent book review of “FUELING AMERICA, An Insider’s Journey” by Jack Kerfoot on Amazon. Fueling America;…

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The Winds of Denmark

Ørsted A/S is an international energy company, headquartered in Fredericia, Denmark. The company has power projects in Denmark, Germany, Sweden,…

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Portugal’s Floating Offshore Wind Farm

The European Investment Bank EIB) has announced plans to provide a US $69 million loan to construct a floating wind…

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