In this day and age, when we can hear a lot of negative news, I wanted to share some positive highlights from a fascinating technical tour that I took on March 7-8, 2018 of the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and the Longview power plant which uses High-Efficiency Low-Emissions (HELE) technologies. The tour was conducted by the National Capital Area Chapter for U.S. Association of Energy Economics (NCAC-USAEE) to these facilities in Morgantown, West Virginia.
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Personal Commitments to Accelerate the Goals Envisioned in the Paris Agreement
By lercpaIn climate change, COP21, environmental impactTags Climate Change, COP21, Emissions, Encyclical, energy consumption, Impact, INDCs, Paris, Pope
We experienced an eventful year on clean energy and sustainability. Take, for example, the UN climate change negotiations in Paris, the Clean Power Plan, and...
Managing difficult change in large energy organizations: Catching up with Josh Silverman
By lercpaIn alternative energy, clean energy, climate change, energy policy, energy solutions, Environment, green organization, greenhouse gas, Innovation, Networking, sustainabilityTags change management, Department of Energy, Emissions, emissions reduction, Environment, GHG, Josh Silverman, LE4gen, Leadership, Sustainability, utilities
By TRAVIS HIGH, Leaders in Energy Leaders in Energy’s 4 Generations (4 Gen) event is a celebration of multigenerational achievement in sustainability. Last year was...
Up with Octane and Down with Aromatics: Continuing Health Risks with Petroleum Fuels and the Need for Engine Efficiency
By lercpaIn auto industry, Bioenergy, clear air act, energy standards, fuel standards, gas fuels, legacy fuelsTags Aromatics, Auto Manufacturers, Biofuels, Clean Fuels Act, DME, Emissions, Energy Efficiency, Energy Policy, EPA, Ethanol, Gasoline, GHG, Octane
By BILL BRANDON Bill Brandon is deeply engaged with the biofuels and materials industry and also has a deep understanding of engines and alternative fuels. His articles...
Sustainable and Renewable Energy: A Discussion of the Impact on Society
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Join Janine Finnell, Founder and Clean Energy Ambassador, and Basile Lemba, Founder of the Fairfax Breakfast Club, as they discuss the impact climate change is...