Archive of month: December 2015

Avoiding the Cliff: Put Energy Policy to Work for America

Around the turn of the century in the early 1900s, America was growing fast and energy was in high demand. Recognizing the need for action, Congress implemented policies to support the newly industrialized energy industry – primarily oil, gas and coal-fired technologies at that time. These subsidies performed as intended, boosting the energy industries of […]

The World After Paris: Energizing Economics in a Post-Carbon Era

It’s no accident that history’s greatest inventions have eventually ended up in energy applications, powering everything from the world’s greatest cities to the iPhone in your pocket. Harnessing the power of fire for nearly limitless applications was once the ultimate achievement in human history. And yet even that has now been eclipsed, from the computer […]