New technologies will continue to drive future production efficiencies for energy companies. Energy companies will continue to move the markets higher for at least the next decade.
Slowing Climate Change: Is Green Hydrogen the Secret?
When electricity from renewable sources is stored, the hydrogen produced is considered a renewable or “green” power source.
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.
The Energy Disruption Triangle: Prepare for the Revolution
Three elements are disrupting the way we generate, use and store electricity.
Is Climate Change Real? Ask the Insurance Companies Paying for It
For years, U.S. insurers have ignored potential liabilities from coal. But the growing financial impact of damages from climate change is starting to hit home.
Conserve Energy to Increase Returns
Sometimes the best investment you can make is saving money.
Coal Ash Ponds From Shuttered Plants Present Environmental Threat
When a coal-fired power plant is turned off, revenues screech to a stop, but expenses don’t. Long-term environmental factors also need to be considered.
Coal Lives On in Pizza Industry
One coal company just celebrated its best year of sales ever… despite coal’s declining demand.
An LED Lighting Investment Opportunity
The demand for LED lighting is rapidly increasing. And one company is quietly disrupting the entire sector.
3 Small Cap Energy Stocks to Watch
Renewable energy stocks are among the sector’s invisible gems, driving big momentum.