Love the Dip in Oil Cost? Don’t Get Too Comfortable
If you’ve noticed a little bit of extra padding in your business account, it’s probably because your fleet hasn’t been demanding as much money for its fuel expenses in recent months. The combination of a surge in the nation’s oil supply paired with OPEC’s refusal to cut production resulted in a significant drop (60%) between
Would a Better Connected Smart Grid Improve Energy Efficiency
Huawei Technologies recently joined up with Ethiopia’s Ministry of Water, Irrigation, and electricity to host a power summit entitled “Better Connected Smart Grid, Greater Energy Efficiency”. While the focus of this conference was based around ways in which Ethiopia could benefit from technological advancements designed to improve energy safety and conversion efficiency through the reduction
Will Our Nation’s Power Grid Be the Next Big “Hack”?
It seems like we hear so much about the clever “life hacks” that go viral online that we tend to forget how serious hacking can actually be — especially when it comes in the form of a cyberattack. This type of problem definitely on the minds of our national leaders, though. President Obama recently released
The House Set to Approve Lift of 40-Year-Old Oil Export Ban
For 40 years, the United States has exercised its right to restrict oil exports, but it may not remain this way for long. In recent news, it was announced that a House subcommittee quickly gave the nod of approval to legislation that authorizes crude exports. This Energy and Power subcommittee verbally passed the bill during
Solar Subsidies End in 2016 – What Enterprise Should Do Now
If you’ve been on the fence about switching to solar power, some experts believe that the time to start getting serious about making a decision is now. At just a little over a year away, December of 2016 will mark the end of an era for solar subsidies, with the investment tax credit being scheduled
Coal May Be Down, But It’s Not Out
Everything we’ve been seeing in the news lately points to the fact that coal is dying out as a fuel option. Coal production and usage are both down. After all, coal is the most carbon-intense of all fuels. But even though the idea of the “death of coal” seems to make things much easier on
Electric Cars and the Power Grid: A Story of Cause and Effect
Regardless of whether or not you yourself drive an electric car, the battery powered vehicles are growing in their popularity and prevalence. In fact, a recent study conducted by Pike Research has predicted a 40% growth in annual global sales by the year 2020. As manufacturers strive to make electric cars more affordable, interest is
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