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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Rhode Island created the Renewable Energy Growth

The state of Rhode Island currently has an estimated population of 1.06 million people. The power plants use fossil fuels…

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U.S. Utility To Eliminate All Fossil Fuel Power Plants

American utility, Xcel Energy Inc. has announced the company will eliminate all fossil fueled power plants by 2050. Xcel Energy…

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BOOK REVIEW – “FUELING AMERICA, An Insider’s Journey”

The following is the latest review of “FUELING AMERICA, An Insider’s Journey” by Jack Kerfoot Fueling America: An Insider’s Journey…

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Denmark’s Plan To Super Charging Electric Vehicles

The Kingdom of Denmark’s current population is approximately 5.76 million people. The power plants in Denmark use renewable energy (64.4%)…

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Portland’s Renewable Energy Vision, Commitment or Humbug?

On June 1, 2017, Portland’s City Council unanimously approved Resolution 37289, committing our city to meet 100 percent of our…

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Battery Storage Challenging Natural Gas

Peak demand for a utility is a period of simultaneous, strong consumer demand. Peak demand depends on various factors such…

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