Tag Archives: Energy Education

New Edition of ‘Understanding Today’s Natural Gas Business’ Now Available

Looking to brush up on natural gas trends in 2016 or just starting in the energy industry and need a solid overview of how the natural gas business operates?  Enerdynamics recently released its 2015 edition of Understanding Today’s Natural Gas Business, a … Continue reading

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Virtual Net Metering and the Future of Community Solar

Thanks to the folks at Clean Energy Collective for sharing this great article!  by Emily Hois, Clean Energy Collective Community solar is gaining momentum across the United States, making solar energy available to more people than ever before. One of … Continue reading

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2014 Seminar Series Covers Energy Industry Basics and Timely Topics like Shale, LNG

Enerdynamics’ most popular seminars on electric and natural gas industry basics are back in 2014 as part of our public seminar series. Additionally, this year’s line-up features three new seminars that explore some of the hottest topics affecting today’s energy landscape: LNG, … Continue reading

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The Energy Industry: A Review of 2013 Highlights and What May Come in 2014, Part II

By Bill Malcolm, guest author Happy New Year! In last week’s Part I of this post, we looked at a few energy industry trends that emerged in 2013: low electric load growth, the closing of nuclear plants for economical reasons, and … Continue reading

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The Energy Industry: A Review of 2013 Highlights and What May Come in 2014, Part I

By Bill Malcolm, guest author As we turn our calendars to a new year next Wednesday, it’s time to look back at major developments in the energy industry in 2013 and make some educated predictions at what we may see in … Continue reading

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Germany’s Energiewende – Transformation by Government Policy or Utility Business Imperatives?

By Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor Throughout most of the world, Germany is known for its business-oriented practicality and adherence to fiscally conservative policies. Germany’s leader, Angela Merkel, is dubbed throughout Europe as Germany’s “Iron Lady” or Mrs. Nein for her … Continue reading

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Do Solar and Wind Cause Power Plants to Release More Pollution? No Says NREL

Thanks to our friends at SolarReviews.com  for this insightful post! by Chris Meehan, SolarReviews.com One rather odd—but somehow sticking—protest against solar and wind power is that they cause fossil fuel power plants to release significantly more emissions as they cycle electric … Continue reading

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