ENERGY IN OREGON – Past, Potential, Barriers, & Path Forward

Engineers for a Sustainable Future (ESF) is an Oregon environmental nonprofit organization that supports federal and state action to address…

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KEX Radio 1190 AM – Portland, Oregon – Will Wind & Solar Power Save You $$ – And Save The Planet?

On August 29, 2019 at 11:00 am (Pacific Time), Mark Mason, host of the Mark Mason Show on KEX 1190…

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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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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 – Three Options

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

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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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U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fall, But Not Enough

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reported that greenhouse gas emissions have fallen by 2.7% from 2016 to 2017…

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Price of Business Radio Interview – “Fueling America”

Jack Kerfoot is the principal of JL Kerfoot Energy Services, an energy consulting company and an author of the book…

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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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