Regulation’s effects on innovation in energy technologies: the experimentation connection

Lynne Kiesling Remember the first time you bought a mobile phone (which in my case was 1995). You may have been happy with your land line phone, but this new mobile phone thing looks like it would be really handy in an emergency, so you-in-1995 said sure, I’ll get a cell phone, but not really … More Regulation’s effects on innovation in energy technologies: the experimentation connection

New York state also moves quickly on price gougers

Michael Giberson The New York Attorney General’s office takes action against 13 gas station owners in the state for price gouging. Like last week’s prompt response by New Jersey, this is unusually quick work for price gouging cases. A few quotes from the AG’s press release: NEW YORK – Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today … More New York state also moves quickly on price gougers

Headline: “Gov. Christie expects property taxes to rise in Sandy-ravaged areas”

Michael Giberson At least the Governor understands that emergencies can drive costs up. We’ll see if this understanding goes beyond the expenditure of public funds to include excess costs faced by small business in New Jersey once the state gets around to prosecuting price gouging cases in earnest. Christie tax story here. One example of … More Headline: “Gov. Christie expects property taxes to rise in Sandy-ravaged areas”