Monthly Archives: September 2012

Energy Management Applications Any Organization Can Afford

By Ashley Halligan, an analyst at Software Advice and guest blogger for Energy Currents As consumers seek awareness in terms of their energy consumption — both residential and commercial — new technologies are showing up across the market to perform a … Continue reading

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Is Solar Power (Once Again) Really On Its Death Bed?

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor To hear some folks talk, solar power is a dying industry.  We’ve seen this story before, they say: Remember the Jimmy Carter administration?  And how Ronald Reagan took the solar panels off … Continue reading

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Uncertainty in Clean Air Rules Continues to Impede Planning

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor Pity the poor owner or developer of a power plant in the U.S.  Power plants are at least 20-year investments and longer for some types of generation such as coal or nuclear.  … Continue reading

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