Monthly Archives: March 2014

US Army Winning on Sustainability Mission

Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Energy and Sustainability Richard Kidd outlined  at the March 21 Wharton Club Green Business Forum the fundamental shift in thinking — as described in its mission statement and related orders to reduce resource … Continue reading

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New Energy Infrastructure: Germans Lead

It makes sense that Germany, which has one of the most aggressive pro-renewable energy policy programs in the world, would also be the first market in which the traditional energy infrastructure would have to adapt and show the way to … Continue reading

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Energy Transition Point is Here

The energy marketplace is complex with factors including technological advances, economic factors, infrastructure issues, financial elements and consumer preferences.  Many of the technologies now achieving greater impact and reach in the market have been decades in development.  In short, it … Continue reading

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Renewable Energy Storage: Key to Future Infrastructure

Denmark has long been at the head of the group of nations pushing to move beyond the era of mineral fuels as soon as possible, and to create an energy infrastructure that is efficient, sustainable and resilient.  They have identified … Continue reading

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