Monthly Archives: December 2011

All Gas Companies are Affected by the San Bruno Pipeline Rupture

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor Safety and emergency response are critical to pipeline and distribution operations.  In general, the industry has a very strong safety record.  But every so often accidents do occur, and the consequences can … Continue reading

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What Is Cap and Trade?

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics’ President and Lead Instructor In the mid-1990’s, environmental regulators came up with a new concept to let markets and engineers figure out the best way to reduce pollution at the lowest cost possible.  This was a … Continue reading

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Enerdynamics Instructor Examines Post-Nuclear Japan in Series for Solar Today Magazine

Dan Bihn is one of Enerdynamics’ talented instructors who primarily teaches courses relating to renewable energy and the Smart Grid. Dan is currently writing a series of articles on “Post-Nuclear Japan” for Solar Today Magazine. He lived in Japan for seven … Continue reading

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