Which State Produces the Most Energy?

Energy Deregulation in Texas Leads to Clean Energy Boom While lots of things come to mind when you think about

California’s Already Done It. Will Massachusetts Follow?

Massachusetts’ Solar Energy Future: The Advantages of Going Solar While America continues to see a rise in renewable energy use,

Florida Could See Energy Deregulation by 2020

Florida’s Energy Choice Amendment Collects More Than 384,700 Signatures A proposed amendment that changes Florida’s energy industry works to appear

Buckeye Black Eye Part II: Ohio Energy Consumers Are Not Happy

Heads Up for HB 6 – Lets Read Between the Lines: “A consumer-funded subsidy…” Last week, Ohio legislators approved what’s

Maryland’s Clean Jobs Act Increases RPS, But Will Have An Impact on Energy Consumers Who Aren’t Prepared

Clean Energy leaders celebrate as the Clean Jobs Act passes state lawmakers A few months ago, Maryland’s Clean Energy industry

How To Lower Your Business Electricity Bill

Every year, small-medium size businesses spend over $60 billion on Energy. For many small to medium size businesses, energy costs

Natural Gas: 5 Things You Should Know

Natural Gas was first used to produce drinking water. Our planet has been creating Natural Gas underneath the Earth’s core

Even Greener Golf Courses in America?

Today I had the privilege of meeting Andy Jorgensen and toured his maintenance facility at Candler Hills Golf course.  We

Can Renewable Energy Be Economically Viable for a Country as Large as The U.S.?

In the U.S., the lights burn brighter, and the demand for electricity has reached epic proportion. With major economic centers

America…The New “Generation”

THE ANSWER, MY FRIEND, IS BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND We have well documented the EPA ruling on the Clean Power

WHY 3 OUT OF 4 CONSUMERS HATE THEIR LOCAL UTILITY COMPANY…AND 5 THINGS YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT

A recent study performed by Accenture (a leading global professional services company) discovered that LESS than one-fourth of consumers trust

Paving The Way To A Newer, Smarter Energy Grid

I have previously written about our aging electric infrastructure. Most of the electricity that runs through our energy grid, does

The Empire (State) Strikes Back: New York consumers brace for even higher energy prices

In the state of New York electricity is one of the 3 major costs to run a business. Recent statistics

THE TOP 10 STORIES THAT SHAPED ENERGY IN THE UNITED STATES – PART TWO

We are on to part two of our look at the top energy stories for 2015. If you missed part

THE TOP 10 STORIES THAT SHAPED ENERGY IN THE UNITED STATES – PART ONE

2015 could be the year that we look back at in the not too distant future to reflect on what

NEW ADVANCES IN STORAGE TECHNOLOGY AIM TO CHANGE THE WAY WE USE ENERGY

2015 will be remembered as the year that technology revolutionized the way we create and store energy. Much has been

TECH GIANTS FORM SUPERGROUP: HOW SOME OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE IN THE WORLD ARE BANDING TOGETHER TO ADVANCE RENEWABLE ENERGY

It has long been thought that the middle class is the socioeconomic group that effect change on a large scale

ELON MUSK AND THE GIGAFACTORY

THE PLAN You could say that Elon Musk is a man of extravagance. He seemingly wants to do everything he