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The Energy Collective, powered by Siemens, is a collaborative blog on renewable energy, energy policy, climate science, and the electricity grid.
The Energy Collective's roster of contributors includes independent experts such as bloggers, journalists and entrepreneurs active today.
Jeff Nevil In the face of the climate change, we seem more and more like the fabled boiling frog: oblivious to our changing environment until it’s too late.
25 Sep 2016
Ivy Main Facing a withering report from a Virginia hearing examiner recommending denial of its request for a renewable energy “Rider RGP,” Appalachian Power Company (APCo) has responded with a simple message to the State Corporation Commission: um, never mind.
24 Sep 2016
U.S. EIA: Today in Energy Increased production of ethane in the United States has led to increased ethane exports, first by pipeline to Canada and more recently by tanker to overseas destinations. Ethane is used domestically and internationally as a key feedstock for plastics production and other industrial uses.
24 Sep 2016
Energy Post The future pace of climate change will be determined as much by geopolitical factors as by technological developments in the energy sector, writes energy expert and author Michael T. Klare. While immense progress is being made in bringing down the price of wind and solar power, the political will to turn such developments into meaningful global change may be diminishing.
23 Sep 2016
Joanna Watchman The news has dismayed NGOs like Greenpeace, and embittered the renewables lobby. Today, it’s impossible to predict with surety whether the reactor can be built on time and what its enormous strike price imbalance will truly mean. Amid all the speculation, is any clarity available on what the station will mean for the local area?
23 Sep 2016