Articles by David Fessler

David Fessler is the Energy and Infrastructure Strategist of The Oxford Club. He is the Editor of Fessler’s Flash Profitsand a Contributing Editor to Strategic Trends Investor and Profit Trends. He also authored a bestseller, The Energy Disruption Triangle: Three Sectors That Will Change How We Generate, Use, and Store Energy. 

As a degreed electrical engineer, Dave was vice president of two successful tech businesses – LTX Corporation and Quality Telecommunications Inc. Since “retiring” at age 47, Dave has used his educational and professional experience to research the best opportunities in the technology, infrastructure and energy sectors. 

A true energy innovator, Dave has installed his own microgrid to power his 68-acre farm in Pennsylvania and can be seen on the road in an all-electric vehicle. His in-depth research and expert presentations on renewable energy have incited strong praise from fellow industry leaders. 

The Energy Disruption Triangle: Prepare for the Revolution

Three elements are disrupting the way we generate, use and store electricity.

Energy Efficiency: America’s Hidden Power Source

We use a lot of energy in the United States. Unfortunately, we waste far more. How can we fix this?

Natural Gas in Pennsylvania: A 21st-Century Energy Revolution

Natural gas has emerged as the transition fuel that will take us to renewables.

Invest in the World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm

Oil and coal are out. Renewables are in. That’s why the time to invest in wind is now.

Crude Oil Price Forecast for 2020

No matter how you slice it, the world is awash in crude. What does that mean for oil prices?

Race Tightens Between EVs and ICE-Powered Cars

The electric vehicle revolution cannot be stopped… and I’m not the only one who thinks so.

Will the Porsche Taycan Sign Tesla’s Death Sentence?

Two weeks ago, Porsche introduced its first EV, the 2020 Taycan. How will this affect Tesla?

Why Is Wind Power Good?

Wind provides about 6.5% of all electricity in the U.S. But we are well behind more than a dozen other countries.

Upstream Oil and Gas Could Ruin Your Portfolio

U.S. upstream companies are overproducing… and it’s suppressing share prices.

Pennsylvania Pipeline Companies Seeing Economic Boom

Pennsylvania’s natural gas surplus is responsible for an economic boom. Pipeline companies in particular are profiting.