Looking Back on Accuracy of Past Forecasts
Part I – Economy-wide Trends
Energy Dept.’s EIA shines light on accusations its numbers are anti-solar.
This storm has been brewing for awhile. The Energy Department's Energy Information Administration, EIA, is supposedly anti-solar. Indeed, it's anti-renewables.
Even though EIA is chartered to be - and has been - consistently unbiased, as the energy policy debates of the day have swirled around. Even though EIA is an agency of the Obama administration, not known to be anti-renewables.
Not now but down the road, it is possible.
Shale revolution catches fire, surpassing coal – in America, and soon around the world.
A proposal to enhance European energy security.
A proposal to enhance European energy security by lessening dependence on Russian fuel imports – via coal-based production of synthetic natural gas, plus injection of captured CO2 for enhanced recovery of North Sea oil.
Regulatory and environmental challenges for power plant conversions under the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.
Portfolio theory points to energy efficiency as invaluable in resource planning.
ERCOT load growth: patterns, possibilities, and second thoughts.