The advent of such things as Praline Ice Cream and Coconut Cream Pie, these things go down in the pages of history as great accomplishments and everlasting feats of human engineering for the benefit of all, especially me. So it is with some trepidation that I now delve into the discussion of cap and trade programs. This too will go into the history books in many different ways, good, bad and ugly, but maybe not as sweet.
When you are working in the energy field, I don’t have to convince you that energy is a great topic to work on. It is a global and diverse working field. But also a world with many challenges in the near and longer future. Challenges related to technology innovations, project management, depletion of fossil fuels, transport and storage, emissions, renewable resources, security of supply, energy economy, efficiency, policies and scenarios.
Getting energy from the sun is a great idea. However, installing solar panels house-by-house is slow, costly and cumbersome, and downright inefficient if the goal is to bring solar to the masses. This problem troubled Paul Spencer after he built his own uber-efficient, custom solar home near Aspen, Colorado in 2004. The engineer and serial entrepreneur wondered how he could replicate his home many times over across the United States.
Well the event of blogging has risen to new high level, high or low will be your decision. I am here to tell you my point of view on all things solar and from time to time energy in general. Now keep in mind I am open to your point of view, I may not […]
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