Tesla E-Truck Results

In November 2017, Tesla unveiled an electric semi-truck with semi-autonomous capabilities. The truck was reported to have a 500-mile range…

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Rhode Island Aggressively Pursuing Renewable Energy, Why Not Oregon?

Rhode Island Governor, Gina Raimondo has directed Rhode Island’s utilities to issue a procurement for 400 MW of renewable energy,…

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United Kingdom’s Offshore Wind Farms

The United Kingdom has twenty-five operating offshore wind farms. Construction has now begun on the Hornsea One, which will become…

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New Jersey Rejoins Carbon Cap and Trade Program

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced his state is rejoining the multi-state, bipartisan effort to reduce carbon pollution, known as…

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Washington State Abandons Coal, But Not The Workers

The coal fueled power plant near Centralia, Washington has been the communities’ biggest employer since the 1970s. The 1340 MW…

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Electric Vehicles Forecast

Tony Seba believes electric vehicles (EVs) will disrupt and change transportation across the world in the very near future. Mr.…

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U.S. Offshore Wind

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is an agency in the U.S. Department of the Interior responsible for managing…

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U.S. Geothermal Energy

The Geothermal Resources Council and the Geothermal Energy Association will combine their respective organizations. The new organization will retain the…

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GREEN ENERGY TRENDS IN 2018

I am encouraged by the rapid advances in green energy over this year. What green energy advances could we anticipate…

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OUR ENERGY CONUNDRUM

The world is facing an energy conundrum. Will the world continue the unabated consumption of the dwindling supply of fossil…

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