Tag Archives: Natural Gas

Stuttering Energy Transitions: Germany – Consumers

The German Renewable Energy Act (German: Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetz, EEG) was designed to encourage cost reductions based on improved energy efficiency from economies of scale over time. The Act came into force in the year 2000 and was the initial spark behind … Continue reading

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Yes We Can! :(

Yesterday (November 4th) was Election Day in the US. It ended in a big victory for the Republicans, with a matching defeat for the Democrats and President Obama. It will be much more difficult for the President to push an … Continue reading

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Energy Transition in the US??? – The World is Watching and So Are We

Unless my editors (LCG Communications) decide differently, this blog will be posted about two weeks after the EPA and President Obama announced the new proposal to limit greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants. My folder library is already full … Continue reading

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