Combined Heat and Power Plants Killed by Gratuitous Delays

Michael Giberson An article on the barriers to combined heat and power plants from Forbes: Utilities that want to can often hit projects with repeated delays. [Neal Elliott of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy] describes the sort of scenarios he’s seen. “Require an interconnection study, takes 60 days, present the study, 60 days … More Combined Heat and Power Plants Killed by Gratuitous DelaysMore Combined Heat and Power Plants Killed by Gratuitous Delays

The Pickens Plan and Other Stories Involving Wind Energy

Michael Giberson T. Boone Pickens, the oil and gas billionaire now making a splash in wind energy, has released the “Pickens Plan” for reforming the U.S. energy landscape. In brief, use a lot more wind power to displace natural gas used in electric power generation, and use the natural gas to displace gasoline in transportation … More The Pickens Plan and Other Stories Involving Wind EnergyMore The Pickens Plan and Other Stories Involving Wind Energy

Oil Inventories Are Falling, but What Does It Mean?

Michael Giberson At Energy Outlook, Geoff Styles writes: Oil prices set another record last week, closing above $145 per barrel for the first time, on the strength of heightened fears of an attack by Israel or the US on Iran, combined with a dip in US commercial oil inventories below 300 million barrels, their lowest … More Oil Inventories Are Falling, but What Does It Mean?More Oil Inventories Are Falling, but What Does It Mean?