Author: Jim Pierobon

Here’s the new web site by the State of Oklahoma dedicated to tracking earthquakes tied to injections of oil & gas fracking fluids http://earthquakes.ok.gov/ Here’s how Oklahoma formally acknowledged the link.

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A sea-change is brewing in Florida and it’s shaping up to be the most closely watched 2016 referendum on any state’s election ballot. Solar advocates are on track to ask voters to permit entities other than monopoly utilities to sell power generated by solar energy systems in the Sunshine State. With strong support by the…

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Roanoke, Virginia Tea Party activists are dominating some discussions about sustainability in a region influenced heavily by coal miners and utilities reliant on coal-fired power plants.

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More than 2,500 homeowners have inquired about joining a coop leading to 1,511 on-site rooftop evaluations. At least 283 systems have been installed, or contracts signed, representing 1.42 megawatts worth of new solar power capacity. The local economic impact: more than $4.6 million in sales

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Marshall’s work deserves to be spotlighted for how it illuminates why skeptics and deniers alike will not be moved to engage in thoughtful exchanges unless those communicating respect certain tenets of what academic and non-profit research are finding.

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South Carolina companies are finding responsible solutions to coal ash reuse and disposal that reduce accident risks, help protect water supplies, create jobs and generate new tax revenues — all while boosting public confidence without raising rates.

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SEPA’s goal is to find multiple frameworks that resonate and provide a platform for all stakeholders to participate in our energy future together.”

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At the depth of the 2013-14 winter in the U.S., some natural gas supplies were constricted reaching power plants and other large users as described in this piece here on The Energy Fix. The natural gas industry is making progress expanding its network of pipelines to better meet peak demands in the Northeast, upper Midwest…

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