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Energy Books to Read This Summer

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator Ready for summer and want to catch up on your energy reading?  Want some good books to give you an in-depth view of the current energy industry and how rapidly it is … Continue reading

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New Technologies That May Drive Our Energy Future

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor “Technology is no silver bullet, yet it’s an essential part of the de-carbonization equation.” ~ April Reese, Discovermagazine.com In recent years, the energy industry has made significant strides in moving toward technology … Continue reading

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One Merchant Generator’s Plans for a “Distributed Generation-centric, Disaggregated Future”

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor The threat that new technologies and market evolution have on the current utility business model is very real. In a world of declining load growth driven by energy efficiency and increasing viability of … Continue reading

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EU Asserts Need for Energy Independence after Russia’s Actions in Crimea

by Christina Nagy-McKenna, Enerdynamics Instructor Last week I wrote about Ukrainian, Russian, and European natural gas markets and the recent developments that may present an opportunity for U.S. gas producers. Well, it’s been another busy week in the European natural … 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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States and Utilities Rethinking Customer-funded Energy Efficiency Programs?

By Matthew Rose, Enerdynamics Instructor  The level of spending and activity in customer-funded energy efficiency programs is rising. With the increase in state-level energy efficiency resource standards (EERS) and compliance targets, funding for energy efficiency programs reflects an increasing commitment.  At … 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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