Category Archives: emerging technologies

Fossil Fuel Folly Can Lead to Individual Depression!

Fossil Fuel Folly Can Lead to Individual Depression! When I retired in May of last year I thought that Blogging about ENERGY issues would be good for me. It would give me something to do and a platform to express … Continue reading

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Could 2012 be the Year?

*advertisement* Christmas is creeping up fast and if you’re like me you don’t know what to get for the ones that you love. So I have decided this year to get gift cards for everyone on my list and let … Continue reading

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Innovation or Deployment?

Innovation or Deployment? Should we be committing resources to innovation or deployment? That’s a debate that has been raised  in a recent report by the California Council on Science and Technology. Yesterday, over at the Cleantech website Matt Hourihan argues … Continue reading

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Problems…Problems…Problems….

Problems…Problems…Problems…. While doing my regular research this morning I came across a post by Robert Rapier over at Consumer Energy Report “This Week in Energy: Range Fuels To Declare Bankruptcy?” This post has several issues that it discusses, one of … Continue reading

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How Much is One MW of Electricity?

How Much is One MW of Electricity? Often when we read about energy we are confronted with terms like MW KW TW GW and we don’t know exactly what they mean in terms of “work”. The story that I want … Continue reading

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