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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FUELING AMERICA, An Insider’s Journey – NEW BOOK REVIEW

Jack Kerfoot takes us on a fascinating ride through the world of oil exploration, from the gritty business of acquiring…

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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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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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California Is Abandoning Fossil Fuels

The population of California is currently estimated to be 39.78 million people. In July 2018, the power plants used fossil…

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Grading Each State’s Greenness

The Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) has released a rating for each U.S. state’s renewable energy programs. The IREC is…

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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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U.S. Government Energy Storage Research Grants

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded ten research grants on long-term energy storage. The research is designed enable…

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United Kingdom’s Electric Vehicle Movement

Over 3.5 million diesel fueled vans are now operating in the United Kingdom. The Clean Van Commitment (CVC) is the…

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Capabilities of California’s Power Grid

Next 10, a nonprofit organization have released reports on the future challenges to California’s power grid. The reports evaluate how…

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