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A recent analysis from Lazard of the levelized cost of various forms of energy shows wind, solar and biomass states they are already cost-competitive with most fossil fuels. [WSJ] American households are expected to pay an estimated $700 less for energy expenditures than in 2014—a windfall that is expected to last through 2016, according to the EIA.… Keep reading →


Numbers remain low   It may not come as a complete surprise, but the U.S. Energy Information Administration has confirmed that California leads the country in electric vehicle adoption. However, all-electric (EV) and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) vehicles still represent a small percentage of new vehicle sales. There were roughly 174,000 EVs and PHEVs on the… Keep reading →