Will Puerto Rico Give Green Energy The Cold Shoulder?

On September 17, 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The Category 5 hurricane killed nearly 3,000 inhabitants…

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Oil Price Volatility Helps Renewable Energy

Global oil prices jumped this week following a series of reports by the United States government. In August, the White…

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Recycling Electric Vehicle Batteries

In January 2018, the number of electric vehicles (EVs) in the world rose to approximately 3.2 million. Currently, the countries…

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Global Energy Trends

A recent report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance estimates the world will invest US $11.5 trillion into electricity generation over…

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Michigan Utility Abandons Coal

The coal fueled, Shiras Steam Plant in Marquette, Michigan has closed. Marquette Power and Light closed the 44 MW coal…

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Global Energy Report

The 2018 Global Status Report by Renewable Energy World documents that the move from fossil fuel to renewable energy in…

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FUELING AMERICA

The following is the Preface to my soon to be published book: “FUELING AMERICA, An Insider’s Journey” Oil is the…

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Declining US Fossil Fuel Consumption

The United States has abundant fossil fuel (coal, oil and natural gas) resources. In 1941, the United States was the…

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AMERICA’S REACTIVE ENERGY POLICIES

America is a country that has been blessed with abundant energy resources. However, the federal government’s development and optimization of…

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AMERICA’S ENERGY EVOLUTION

The three major categories of energy for electricity generation in the United States are fossil fuels (coal, natural gas and…

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