Five Interesting Energy Stories – April 2019

Wind power and military power, lithium deposits, sun power and a daily carbon count are some of the five interesting energy stories in April. Every month (every day!) there is something going on in the energy space. We’ll start closest to the Carolinas and then go worldwide. Getting a Charge in the Carolinas Lithium-ion batteries are in Read more about Five Interesting Energy Stories – April 2019[…]

“More Power!” Say Americans

Our nation generated more electricity in 2018 than ever before. Up 4 percent. What may seem odd is that the last record was in 2007, more than ten years ago. That was before the recession, and the weather in 2018 required more power to meet hotter and colder weather than some previous years. Then there Read more about “More Power!” Say Americans[…]

Natural Gas and Renewables Are Growing Factors In Our Electricity

And the winners are – natural gas and renewable energy. That is the message from the US Energy Information Agency* in its new Annual Energy Outlook 2019. The report was released January 24. Natural gas and renewables are the two fastest growing fuels to make electricity in the US. Those are popular fuels in the Read more about Natural Gas and Renewables Are Growing Factors In Our Electricity[…]

Carolina Energy 2019: Measure It – Manage It

What should Carolinians expect, ask for, or watch for in their energy world in 2019? Energy Consumers of the Carolinas asked a handful of energy professionals. Our first column about 2019 in energy was about the way that buildings and vehicles may converge to share electricity needs. This kind of energy convergence pivots on advanced technology, and what Read more about Carolina Energy 2019: Measure It – Manage It[…]