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 Delays … More Combined Heat and Power Plants Killed by Gratuitous Delays
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 Energy … More The Pickens Plan and Other Stories Involving Wind Energy
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?