Analysis out of the Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center

Michael Giberson I’m swamped with work and have a lot of reading stacked up in the queue, so I haven’t had a chance to check out all of the good stuff that has been coming out of the Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center lately. Here are a couple of recent working papers: Seth Blumsack, Lester … More Analysis out of the Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry CenterMore Analysis out of the Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center

A Couple of Interesting Climate Change Articles

Lynne Kiesling I found a couple of interesting climate change articles over the weekend. First, this Foreign Affairs article discusses the geopolitical implications of Arctic ice cap melting; it creates and destroys territory in ways that various Arctic (and non-Arctic) nation-states are responding to by trying to stake property claims to the territory. Hmmm … … More A Couple of Interesting Climate Change ArticlesMore A Couple of Interesting Climate Change Articles

Smart Grid Podcast

Lynne Kiesling If you’re looking for a nice overview and an update on the smart grid ideas, technologies, and business strategies we’ve been discussing here at KP for a few years, check out this Currents podcast from PennWell: We’re actually seeing real-world implementation of smart grid technologies and starting to realize some of the benefits … More Smart Grid PodcastMore Smart Grid Podcast