Monthly Archives: September 2013
A young writer for the Huffington Post misreads the impact of Congressman Delaney’s bill to create an infrastructure financing mechanism using repatriated foreign US corporation profits. In fact, by offering a means (and incentive) to repatriate the funds, his bill … Continue reading
Here is an excellent study of the dynamics within the electricity utility sector, where the pressures of new technology and consumer preference are often in conflict with long-established business models in the electric utility sector. Worth a read.
This Wall Street Journal piece does an excellent job of comparing statistics and arguments for and against new and traditional sources of electric power, identifying omissions in the opposing arguments and setting forth a fairly objective overview. Apart from its … Continue reading
It is perhaps indicative of the growing consensus that investment in the national infrastructure is key both to future productivity and to medium term amelioration of unemployment that more political leaders are coming up with innovative ways to fund infrastructure … Continue reading