We talked with FERC Commissioner Tony Clark, who has said he will not seek a second term.
Examining the problem for nuclear power shows value in informing the public.
What’s the price tag of banning fracking?
It has already changed the utility and manufacturing industries.
It’s not personal. It’s just business.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s recent study on hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) appears really as just a careful continuation of what it has been saying all along – that the drilling techniques used to retrieve shale gas are pretty safe. Thus, while it hedged a little, EPA emphasized that there’s no “widespread” problems associated with fracking and drinking water supplies.
Uncle Sam didn’t frack this one up.
Making ‘Clean Coal’ More than an Oxymoron.
Shale revolution catches fire, surpassing coal – in America, and soon around the world.
Diversifying Utility Regulation: State regulators voice opinions as mixed as the nation’s geography.