Denial: The Rise and Fall of the US/UK Oil Cartel

(The American Energy Society) – In early 1944, when the outcome of World War II was probable but not yet certain, Winston Churchill was confident enough to make very clear his greatest concern about the post-war world:  “make no... Read more →

Credit to the Renewables Learning Curve

In 2009, as the debacle of the COP15 Copenhagen Climate Summit was coming to an unproductive close, a handful of diplomats stepped away from the main negotiating tables to discuss practical strategies to scale up renewable energy in the developing... Read more →

Trump and the Military Are at Odds on Climate Change

(Pacific Standard) – While the Trump administration has largely rejected climate change as an issue, the Department of Defense and Congress have identified it as a major potential threat to national security. The United States government... Read more →

Barriers to Renewable Energy Technologies Development

(Keele University) – Since the beginning of the 21st Century, renewable energy has been a significant area of research amongst scientists. However, despite scientists coming up with practical and convincing technologies on renewable energy,... Read more →

10 trends shaping the electric utility industry in 2017

The dawn of the Trump era holds uncertainty for the power sector, but the trends pointing toward a cleaner grid are still very much in play. (UtilitiyDive) – If there’s one hallmark of the power sector at the beginning of 2017, it’s... Read more →
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