By Timothy Hurst on February 22, 2011
The “Who’s Got the Power” web component features an interactive map that allows you to see for yourself how much money your state’s utility companies have been spending to import coal.
By Timothy Hurst on December 23, 2010
A cool new interactive project by journalism students at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill not only breaks down each state’s energy consumption by fuel type, it also allows you to play local energy manager by balancing your energy needs with the need to reduce carbon emissions.
By Timothy Hurst on January 25, 2009
In a Q&A with the Arizona Daily Sun, the the Chair of the Arizona Corporation Commission, Kris Mayes said that the state’s renewable energy portfolio standard of fifteen percent by 2025 was insufficient and that they could do better. In a refreshing bit of bureaucratic candor, Mayes, the state’s chief regulator, said: “…that the cost [...]
By Timothy Hurst on July 9, 2008
World marketed energy consumption is projected to increase by 50 percent from 2005 to 2030, according to a new report from the United States Energy Information Agency.