Amish Farmer Tends His Land In New Wilmington, Pennsylvania

There are common arguments among those who are skeptical of the potential of renewable energy – they are too expensive, certain forms require more energy than they produce, they are a drain on public finances, etc. Bjørn Lomborg, adjunct professor at Copenhagen Business School and Director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, has made a point… Keep reading →

New York City Prepares For 10th Anniversary Of September 11 Attacks

The US energy sector has hit an innovation lull. After a few years of accelerating adoption of renewable energy and smart grid technologies, not to mention excitement about electric cars and developing-world electrification opportunities, the shine is off much of the promise of a brave new energy world that seemed imminent in the high-priced markets… Keep reading →