The ethanol drag on consumer value and government revenue

Michael Giberson As usual, Geoff Styles is worth reading: Since the administration has apparently ruled out an increase in the gasoline tax to cover declining Highway Trust Fund revenues, it’s surprising that it appears to be giving serious consideration to a proposal that would raise a hidden tax on gasoline. This is even more perplexing,… More The ethanol drag on consumer value and government revenue

Smart grid and renewables interconnection (Part 4 of 5)

Lynne Kiesling One of the reasons why smart grid is generating so much interest right now is its ability to enable the integration of renewable energy into the electric power network, leading to a broader generation portfolio and potentially beneficial carbon implications. Lots of the discussion of smart grid in policy and media (including places… More Smart grid and renewables interconnection (Part 4 of 5)