Archives for Energy - Page 63

A French Blackout

Imagine that you’re an entrepreneur . . . spent much time and capital developing a product that does some good—in this case, saving customers energy and MONEY—and then getting a nasty-gram from the government saying, well, you owe the utility ...

Renewing Armenia

Right now the Armenian-American community, and much of the Armenian diaspora in general, is up in arms over the new protocols in the works between the Armenian and Turkish governments.  The history between the Armenians and Turks is a tortured ...

DME: a Discovery of More (renewable) Energy

I’ve already discussed DME (dimethyl ether), as a huge potential fuel source.  Most renewable energy advocates have never heard of it, but there’s vast potential for it.  DME burns cleanly, gives off no particulates, and is readily available since it ...

Why The Valley Will Rule

Recently I attended a "green" event in a certain neighborhood in Los Angeles.  The gathering started on a dubious note.  I had skipped the raw vegan dinner, which I suppose could have been appetizing.  But when I showed up, I ...

Scenes From a Green Marriage

I'm a huge fan of Ingmar Bergman.  How could you not be smitten by his searing examinations of the human psyche?  His films' direction, often featuring one of his favorite actresses, Liv Ullmann, are a must for any film fanatic.  ...

Sustainable Sacto

Sacramento is an afterthought to most Californians.  I think I only know it well because of the 70s family drama, Eight is Enough ("but daaaad, this is the 80's!" was my favorite line!).  It's too bad me and another 35 ...
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