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Energy Sector Posting Impressive Year-End Rally

Merry Christmas! As the 2017 stock market rally rolled along, it did so without the broad participation of the energy sector. Heading into the month of December, it was pretty much thought that investors will book their expected losses in energy [...]
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Belgium’s Lavish Energy Use Sheds Light on More Than Just Its Roads

Belgium’s system rewards local politicians for keeping the bulbs blazing, said Peter Reekmans, speaking from his experience as the mayor of the town of Glabbeek. Streetlight consumption translates into profits for electricity producers, [...]
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GOP Tax ‘Cut’ Bill Set To Axe-Murder Clean Energy. Sorry Iowa, Oklahoma, North Dakota Et Al.!

2 months ago | 0 comment
Why isn’t Mercedes sponsoring wind farms? The branding is right there! As we all know, Republicans believe in the free market and hate the idea of Big Government picking winners and losers in the economy. Which is why the House version of [...]
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Whitefish Energy Had Nothing To Do With Puerto Rico Power Line It Fixed That Broke Again Last Night. Why Do You Ask?

2 months ago | 0 comment
Stuff just happens, OK? OK, sure, maybe a major power transmission line in Puerto Rico failed Thursday, leaving much of the San Juan area in the dark. And maybe that section of the major power line had been repaired by grifty Montana contractors [...]
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Puerto Rico utility cancels controversial energy contract

3 months ago | 0 comment
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said the decision was “intended to reaffirm our commitment to transparency in the contracting process in the government.” | Kevin [...]
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Renewable energy fans flex lobbying muscles in Massachusetts

3 months ago | 0 comment
BOSTON (AP) – Renewable energy advocates are increasingly spending more on lobbying to help capture the ears of Massachusetts lawmakers. An Associated Press review of state lobbying records found that in 2016, all energy interests reported [...]
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Hurricane Harvey harms energy sector too, say experts

5 months ago | 0 comment
The effects of Hurricane Harvey are being felt across the energy sector, with oil refineries along the Gulf Coast off-line and fuel output dropping dramatically, fueling fears that gas prices could soon spike as a result. Energy market analysts [...]
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Does Solar Energy have a Bright Future?

5 months ago | 0 comment
There has been a growing trend in recent years to move away from traditional energy sources, such as coal and petroleum, and toward new “clean” sources, including solar power. The use of solar energy has been growing fast but the stocks [...]
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Chile’s Energy Transformation Is Powered by Wind, Sun and Volcanoes

5 months ago | 0 comment
It doesn’t hurt that Chile’s geography offers an embarrassment of riches for renewable energy. A constellation of solar fields built in the Atacama Desert in the north, one of the driest and sunniest places on Earth, has made Chile [...]
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Rick Perry’s Energy Department: Yeah, FUCK YOU, SCIENCE!

6 months ago | 0 comment
Someone tell him he can stop wearing his S-M-R-T glasses Not only does Rick Perry not know what the hell the Department of Energy does — or maybe he’s gotten the Cliffs Notes on that now that he’s on the job — he’s also now a genuine [...]