Monthly Archives: July 2011

Has the Need for Remote North American Natural Gas Been Supplanted by Shale Gas?

By Bob Shively, Enerdynamics’ President and Lead Instructor Just a few years ago, Americans thought domestic natural gas supply could not keep up with growing demand.  Forecasts indicated that the U.S. would need gas supply from Alaska, Arctic Canada, and … Continue reading

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Solar Installations Up 66 Percent in Q1 2011 Compared to Q1 2010

by Enerdynamics staff Based on reports of exponential growth from Q1 2010 to Q1 2011, the U.S. solar industry’s future seems as bright as the sun that fuels it. According to the U.S. Solar Market Insight™: Q1 2011 released in … Continue reading

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Can Flexible Generation Make for a Happy Marriage between Renewables and Natural Gas?

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Instructor Renewable power and natural gas generation have somewhat of a love-hate relationship.  On one hand, they are symbiotic: Variable renewable resources need flexible generation resources to pick up load when the wind doesn’t … Continue reading

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