Category: ‘ DOE ’

 

EIA Administrator Sieminski Meets for a Conversation on Energy

This week, The Christian Science Monitor, with support from America’s Natural Gas Alliance, hosted U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) boss Adam Sieminski for a breakfast conversation on the state of global and U.S. ene...

Flipping Fleets: The Case for Electrification

The Department of Energy (DOE) this week released information that it is launching a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) entitled “Alternative Fuel and Advanced Vehicle Procurement Aggregating Initiatives.” While it might n...

A Look at the Next Generation of Electric Vehicles

People began filling the main atrium of the National Building Museum early on a chilly Wednesday morning, greeted by the welcome sight of a table full of DC’s famous Astro Doughnuts and hot coffee. While tasty creations are the ...

Fifty-Five Million Dollars for Vehicle Efficiency and Energy Security

Last week, the Department of Energy announced a new round of funding for the research and development of advanced vehicle and vehicle efficiency technologies, allocating $55 million across 31 different projects. The projects are t...

BUY PONSTEL OVER THE COUNTER

This blog post is about the immediate impacts of the OPEC oil embargo on the American economy and energy security. Part One details the historical timeline leading up to the embargo. “With the price per barrel skyrocketin...

ADHD FOR SALE

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) released its latest monthly report this morning (EIA also released this month’s Short Term Energy Outlook today, more on that later). First, let’s take a glance  at...

BUY NORVASC OVER THE COUNTER

It’s hard to find people who are big fans of sprawling, disjointed bureaucracies, and yet it can often appear overwhelmingly challenging to correct institutional inefficiencies without reinventing the wheel. It’s rare to see a...
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