NY skyline

One of the biggest problems to plague the world’s enterprises is the availability and cost of energy. Every business needs to consume power on a daily basis just to remain in operation. Lighting, climate control, safety systems, computers, and manufacturing processes demand a lot of energy, and without these things, you simply wouldn’t be able… Read more »

natural gas plant

In┬ácase you haven’t already noticed, the cost of natural gas has dipped significantly throughout the course of 2015. While this might lead you to think that companies would be eager to slow down on drilling so as to save money and increase demand, the opposite is actually true. Natural gas production has been going strong… Read more »

Tesla Model S

Remember when the Tesla Model S was introduced to the global motor industry? Although it took awhile for it to make its mark, it has certainly made a lasting impact on consumers now. When it comes to the introduction of Tesla Energy’s PowerWall battery storage system, though, you can expect a much more dramatic change… Read more »

gas pumps

If you’ve been enjoying the lower-than-average fuel prices, you’re not alone. Individual consumers and corporations throughout the country are cheering at the pumps as prices continue to plummet. But while you’re able to save money, it’s important to understand the full reach of the price drop’s implications. As with anything, this phenomenon will create both… Read more »

climate change

In case you haven’t yet heard the news, the Obama administration has recently unveiled its climate change regulations, which will apply to new and existing power plants. But while the higher-ups are patting their backs for taking this “important” step towards combating climate change, the rest of us are left scratching our heads. After all,… Read more »

energy revolution

“Let there be light” — and renewable energy — in Africa. Although presently the most energy-scarce continent in the world, things could be changing for Africa, thanks to Tesla. The California-based tech operation has developed a wall-mounted battery that is capable of holding enough renewable energy to power a household for as many as five… Read more »


As the old adage goes, “If you have lemons, make lemonade.” The eastern Caribbean island of Montserrat seems to be taking this sentiment to heart.   Throughout the years, Montserrat has suffered gravely from natural disasters. Back in 1989, more than 90% of the island’s structures were damaged after Hurricane Hugo raged through. Less than… Read more »


Hardly a day passes in which we don’t hear or participate in a conversation about energy. We’re concerned about its costs, the damages being inflicted upon the environment, what we’re going to do when we run out of nonrenewable resources, natural security issues, and so much more. Regardless of the nature of the discussion, though,… Read more »