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. 

How the U.S. Is Taking Over the Oil Sector

A new oil drilling technology has allowed the U.S. to produce most of its own oil, decreasing oil prices.

The Mining Sector Is Going Green

Mining, one of the most energy-intensive industries, is finally switching to renewable energy.

All About Subsea Electrical Transmissions

Advancements in subsea electrical transmissions will help power offshore wind stations.

The Future of Energy Storage Systems

The Advanced Rail Energy Storage system is the new way to store power.

Lower Battery Costs Mean More Affordable EVs

Better technology, combined with rising demand, is driving down battery costs to make EVs more affordable.

Trump Seeks to Undo Reagan’s Energy Efficiency Measures

New energy efficiency standards have been passed by every president since Reagan, but Trump is looking to roll back these measures.

Artificial Intelligence: Disrupting the Energy Sector for the Better

AI is bringing new advancements to the energy sector, specifically the wind and solar segments.

Energy Independence in the U.S. Even More Critical Now

In light of today’s geopolitical climate, it would be wise for investors to reduce their exposure to fossil fuel investments.

Fossil Fuels vs. Renewable Energy: EIB Takes Sides

The European Investment Bank announced it will stop funding all fossil fuel projects at the end of 2021.

Opportunities in EVs and Charging for 2020

Renewable energy – including EVs and charging – is my main investment focus for 2020.