Davis started his career working with the Geological Survey of Canada and has spent more than 20 years working in the Oil & Gas Industry in Calgary, Alberta. A great believer in the Black Swan theory developed by Nassim Taleb, Davis’ blog will focus on undiscovered technologies and methodologies that could have a major impact on energy development and use in the coming years. See full bio
Harris Roen is President of Swiftwood Press LLC, publisher of the Roen Financial Report. Mr. Roen has a depth of expertise in the alternative energy arena, analyzing individual companies and alternative energy sectors to discern broader market trends. Mr. Roen was a professional portfolio manager for over 15 years with Long Meadow Financial Services LLC and the Low/High Fund L.P. See full bio
Hydro Kevin is a writer, editor and publisher of green technology websites such as Hydrogen Cars Now. A member of the Sierra Club, former technical writer and having held a job in the automotive industry, Hydro Kevin publishes forward-thinking articles and blog posts about the nations of the world moving beyond fossil fuels and the internal combustion engine. See full bio
Dr. Gail H. Marcus is currently an independent consultant on nuclear power technology and policy. See full bio
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No doubt you know someone who’s told you about his or her great aunt who lived to be 98 and never went to a doctor. Or maybe it was a grandparent who led a vigorous existence and never went to a hospital, not once. We think of such people as being the hardiest of the [...]
Like many people, I am busy celebrating this holiday season and have even less time than usual for writing my blog. Therefore, I thought I’d devote this blog to expressing my appreciation for the recognition my book, Nuclear Firsts: Milestones on the Road to Nuclear Power Development, has received.
At the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, Hyundai shows off its latest and greatest Tucson fuel cell electric vehicle (pictured above) which will go on sale in the Spring of 2014 in California. The trifecta of FCVs at this year’s L. A. Auto Show (including Toyota and Honda) demonstrate that at least some of the [...]
This is a guest post by Liz Nelson from WhiteFence.com. She is a freelance writer and blogger from Houston. Questions and comments can be sent to: email@example.com. Thanks in large part to the support the Chinese government has offered to manufacturing, cheap solar panels flooded the global market causing a great deal of damage to [...]
The theme of this year’s American Nuclear Society (ANS) Winter meeting, which just concluded, was “75 Years of Nuclear Fission,” so I fully expected a lot of reflection on this milestone event. I was not mistaken. What I did not expect was that a number of speakers would pick up on the [...]
Professional Motorsport World has bestowed upon the Aston Martin Rapide S (pictured above), the prestigious Powertrain of the Year award. Representatives for Alset Global and Aston Martin received the award in Cologne, Germany on November 12, 2013.
According to the press release, “The Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S was the most powerful hydrogen-powered car ever [...]
The Pacific Coast Collaborative—comprising British Columbia, California, Oregon and Washington—issued the Pacific Coast Action Plan on Climate and Energy late last month, representing an historic government and regional commitment–it covers the world’s fifth largest economy–to a comprehensive and far-reaching strategic alignment to combat climate change and promote clean energy. Oh and by the way, President Obama [...]
The reboot of the electric grid is an exciting investment opportunity that promises to be one of the biggest energy transformation stories of the early 21st century. Bloomberg New Energy Finance projects that by 2018 global smart grid investments should grow to $25.2 billion per year.
This article will give a brief overview of what [...]
Hardly a day goes by without someone writing or saying that we need to save the Earth. My geologist friends scoff at such language for semantic reasons. The coolish, rocky planet that we call Earth will be fine when humans are long gone, they say.
Yes, climate change and human depredations of the biosphere have already [...]