The Way to Make It Happen is to Build It from Scratch

(Orrick) – For years, energy executives have spoken of a day when consumers could “stream” clean energy into their homes as easily as they can stream movies onto their TVs. Patrick Maloney is bringing that reality home for thousands... Read more →

Where to? A History of Autonomous Vehicles

(ComputerHistory.org, companion article to the “Where To?” Exhibit) – When Robert Whitehead invented the self-propelled torpedo in the 1860s, the early guidance system for maintaining depth was so new and essential he called... Read more →

Interview with Gil Quiniones, President and CEO of NYPA

The following are the lightly edited transcripts from an interview by Eric Vettel (President of the American Energy Society) of Gil Quiniones – mechanical engineer, self-proclaimed energy-history nerd, and current president and CEO of... Read more →

After an Uncertain Start, U.S. Offshore Wind Is Powering Up

This article first appeared in Yale Environment 360 (Yale University) – After years of delays, the U.S. offshore wind industry is finally gaining momentum, with new projects being planned along the Atlantic coast. So far, the Trump administration... Read more →
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