Lucy Neiman for Zondits, November 11, 2015. Image credit: geralt Join industry experts from across New York State for NYSERDA’s Continuous Energy Management Conference on November 12 in Albany, NY. Presentations will focus on practices such as Strategic Energy Management, Energy Master Planning, Tracking Your Energy Usage, and Funding Your Energy Projects. These sessions are designed […]
Gita Subramony for Zondits, September 22, 2015. Image credit: TBIT NPR has produced a nifty graphic showing changes in electric generation sources state-by-state from 2004 to 2014. On a national level, the use of coal to generate electricity has dropped from 51% to 40%, while the use of natural gas and renewables has increased on the […]
Palo Alto looks to get people to switch off natural gas Palo Alto Online, July 30, 2015. Image credit: PublicDomainPictures Now comes the next challenge: How to get residents to switch off natural gas and plug into clean electricity? The effort, commonly known as “fuel switching,” was sparked by both the city’s switch to a “carbon-neutral” […]
5 Seismic Shifts Shaking Up World’s Energy Use, According to Bloomberg’s NEO EcoWatch, June 25, 2015. Image credit: epSos .de Renewable energy is set to blow past fossil fuels in the next 25 years, attracting nearly two-thirds of the spending on new power plants, according to a new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). With […]
Ryan Pollin for Zondits, April 3, 2015 The Northeast Energy Direct pipeline project, otherwise known as the Kinder Morgan pipeline, is a natural gas capacity expansion project that aims to deliver more gas from the Marcellus shale fields to New England area power plants, devised by Texas oil and gas company Kinder Morgan. Former Massachusetts […]
Massachusetts Governor Hopes to Upgrade Natural Gas Pipelines While Leaving Room for Solar and Wind Energy Gita Subramony for Zondits Charlie Baker, the newly inaugurated governor of Massachusetts, has recognized that his state pays high rates for energy. In an effort to reduce prices the administration has made natural gas infrastructure a priority. Despite the […]
Energy efficiency is something we’re all going to be hearing a lot more about over the next decade and beyond. It represents yet another opportunity to strengthen American energy self-sufficiency. Viewing energy efficiency as an energy source can be especially beneficial to Alaskans in diversifying our energy portfolio.