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Who’s Smarter, Duke Energy or Georgia Power?

Here are the contestants in this important match.  In one corner we have Duke Energy, in the old days “Duke Power,” headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. Duke is a $57 billion company, serving 7.4 million customers in six Midwestern and southeastern … Continue reading

Saving the Caribbean

By Robert F. Hemphill & Leah Bissonette One week and counting after Maria and most of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands are still without power. Which means they are also out of water, sewage management, air conditioning, and refrigerated … Continue reading

DOE Secretary Perry’s Grid Reliability Study: Right Question, Silly Answer

The Secretary issued a memo on April 14 of this year, with a missed completion deadline of five weeks ago, and a set of premises most industry observers found either troublesome or laughable. It’s not worth quoting in full but the … Continue reading

9 Reasons to Visit Paris RIGHT NOW, and One Important Reason to Stay Home

1. The roses are blooming. You may not think of Paris as a great rose “site” but that would be wrong. There are two very fantastic rose gardens in Paris, as good as or better than anything in the UK: … Continue reading

Energy Giant Turns 90, Knocks Off Another Nuke

He seems an unlikely giant killer. He’s five foot seven, one sixty-five pounds, has a distinct southern accent and is not an Olympic athlete. And yet, by any count, he has stopped the construction or shut down the operations of … Continue reading
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