Category: ‘ Electric Utilities ’

 

The Year of the DC Fast Charger?

One of the most significant barriers to successful widespread adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) lies not with the car, but with the plug. Getting quick charge—a top-off in a matter of minutes—requires specialized equipment t...

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...

Together with Grid Enhancements, EVs Make Important Strides

Electric vehicles are a rapidly growing component of the U.S. transportation sector. Last year alone, 97,000 EVs were added to U.S. roads and highways, helping to bring the nation’s total fleet to its current level of 225,00...

What are the “Structural Changes” in U.S. Natural Gas Demand?

Last week, we covered the current state of natural gas stocks, which are at their lowest level in 11 years. While plenty of blame goes to surging residential heating demand during the harsh winter, much focus has also been on the ...

BUY LORMETAZEPAM OVER THE COUNTER

Today, the Electrification Coalition and FleetAnswers announced a new partnership to aid commercial vehicle fleet operators and managers considering the use of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs).  The project will include special c...

EPIVIR FOR SALE

Widely reported is the news that natural gas futures in the US broke the $2 floor and were down to $1.984 per million British thermal units (Btu) yesterday for May delivery.  And that's the Henry Hub price; in the Rockies, the pr...

NITRAZEPAM FOR SALE

Does cheap natural gas represent an unalloyed good for American energy security and economic health?  Or is it an easy quick fix, lulling us into a false sense of security that will prove damaging down the road?  Those are the q...

NOBRIUM FOR SALE

 Michael Birnbaum and Anthony Faiola's piece in this morning's WaPo, "Solar industry faces subsidy cuts in Europe," is well worth a read, particularly for the comment of David Baldock, identified as executive director for the Ins...

BUY AMARYL NO PRESCRIPTION

Today's Marketplace section of the WSJ has two articles well worth reflecting on.  The first, by Ryan Tracy and Deborah Solomon, reports on the formal issuance of what's commonly referred to as the Clean Air Act Mercury MACT rule...

BUY ANSAID NO PRESCRIPTION

Two big stories this weekend -- reporting on EPA regulations of utilities and maneuvering over the Keystone XL pipeline planned to bring oil sands-derived petroleum south from Canada into the United States.  They're related, as w...
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