Monthly Archives: March 2014

Ukraine, Russia, and European Natural Gas: Is This an Opportunity for U.S. Producers?

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor In early March after the Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych fled the country, Gazprom, the state-owned Russian natural gas company, announced it would no longer honor a deal to provide the Ukraine with deeply discounted natural … Continue reading

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Lucrative Retirement Plan Includes Solar Energy

The following post is courtesy of Clean Energy Collective and provides a unique angle to investing in solar energy. By Emily Hois, Clean Energy Collective Today’s life expectancy in America is eight years longer than it was in 1970. That’s eight … Continue reading

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Electric Industry Seeks Balance between Distributed Generation and the Traditional Grid

by Matthew Rose, Enerdynamics’ Instructor The industry “topic du jour” in 2013 was that utilities are facing dramatic and potentially disastrous changes to their business. These revelations could be traced to the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) assertion that various “disruptive … Continue reading

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