One of my favorite quotes is Wimpy’s: “I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.”
It’s an insightful commentary by the writers of the Popeye cartoon that reminds me of today’s rampant energy consumption. That hot greasy crude burger, sweet Saudi fixins, a side of bite-sized anthracite…
A group of business leaders, confused over the mismatch between what its members read and what they see on the street, is trying to set the record straight through a series of newsletters.
“All across America, we’re witnessing clean energy jobs being created almost every day—helping to rebuild…
The companies that are best weathering the recession are in the IT industry. It seems almost like a different world in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, in Seattle and tech hubs in Denver, Portland and New York and all across the country. What recession they say? These companies flush with cash and giant consumers of energy for servers are going green in a big way.
The most dangerous jobs in Iraq and Afghanistan are protecting fuel supplies. Clean energy is also local and distributed energy. Its impossible to bring down with an attack as its everywhere. Makes us more secure and cleaner.
If the U.S. Marine Corp understands the power of clean energy. Why isn’t its use more widespread?
Germany who has a solar radiance on par with Maine, is the leader in solar energy. What is wrong with this picture?!?
Germany has seized upon renewable energy development as a way of retreating from power sources such a nuclear and coal. Their strategy is not only better for the environment, it is good economics as it is making them more energy independent and is creating jobs for German workers.