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The BlogNotions Energy Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in a variety of energy niches. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on the latest advancements in the energy and power industry, discussions of renewable energy strategies, new ideas for advancing green efforts, implications of public policy on power production, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Nuclear war: A forgotten threat to human sustainability

The possibility of a new Cold War between Russia and the United States and its NATO allies brings with it the spectre of nuclear war, an all-but-forgotten threat since the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991. Even as the number of nuclear weapons has declined through mutually agreed reductions from a worldwide total of […]

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Safety Culture:

Trains and Boats and Planes… and Nuclear Power Plants A couple of weeks ago, I participated in an event in Chicago where I gave a presentation that focused in part on safety culture for the nuclear power industry.  When I proposed this as a topic, I had in mind not only commercial power plants, but […]

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It’s Official, the New Toyota FCV Is Called Mirai

Yesterday in Newport Beach, California Toyota President and CEO Akio Toyoda announced officially that the company’s new commercial fuel cell vehicle will be called Mirai (which means future). This isn’t a big surprise, since on July 31, 2014 word had leaked out unofficially that Toyota would be going with this name. But, wait, there’s more […]

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How to Supercharge Your Content Marketing Strategy with RSS

Content Marketing is one of those ever-changing fields of study that is constantly evolving with the demands of the masses. Historically speaking, the very first form of mass content dispersal was made possible with the printing press. Large, human operated mechanical machines printed the very first ‘copy’. Today, reaching out to a nation is reduced […]

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How to Supercharge Your Contact Marketing Strategy with RSS

Content Marketing is one of those ever-changing fields of study that is constantly evolving with the demands of the masses. Historically speaking, the very first form of mass content dispersal was made possible with the printing press. Large, human operated mechanical machines printed the very first ‘copy’. Today, reaching out to a nation is reduced […]

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Did Russia and China just sign a death warrant for U.S. LNG exports?

Russia and China have signed in the last six months as Russia turns its attention eastward in reaction to sanctions and souring relations with Europe, currently Russia’s largest energy export market. But the move has implications beyond Europe. In the department of everything is connected, U.S. natural gas producers may be seeing their dream of […]

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Why GMO labeling in the U.S. needs to win only once

There were no doubt celebrations last week in the boardrooms of corporations that own patents to the world’s genetically engineered crops. Proposals to label foods containing these crops–commonly called GMOs for genetically modified organisms–were defeated . That makes for a perfect record in the United States for the GMO purveyors who have beaten back every […]

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Nuclear Power and Election 2014:

What Lies Ahead? The 2014 election results are in, with a big win for Republicans, so the speculation has already started about a number of issues, nuclear power among them.  While I don’t usually publish blogposts two days in a row, as a long-term “Inside the Beltway” resident, I feel compelled to weigh in. First, […]

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Atmospheric Carbon:

The Plot Thickens This week, the news carried several important items regarding carbon in the atmosphere, and by happenstance, I stumbled upon an additional items, so everything seems to be pointing me towards that as a topic for this blog. Probably the biggest item to hit the streets was the .  The biggest soundbite to […]

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Mercedes-Benz G-Code Hydrogen Concept Unveiled

Posted on November 4th, 2014 by Hydro Kevin The Mercedes-Benz Vision G-Code Concept has been unveiled coinciding with the company’s R&D center in Beijing, China. This subcompact crossover concept has been designed to attract the younger Chinese drivers. According to Benz Insider, “Based from the images and information provided by the German automaker, the G-Code […]

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