An Overview of Energy Regulation: Looking Backward to Look Forward

Energy Policy and Climate / Environmental Science and Policy Faculty Speaker Series A presentation by Craig Glazer An Overview of Energy Regulation: Looking Backward to Look Forward The presentation is followed by light refreshments and networking opportunities Details: Wednesday, November 30, 2015, 12-1:30pm Johns Hopkins Washington, DC Center 1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW (room 204) Graig […]

Opinion: The time has come for offshore wind power in the United States  Authors Jeremy Firestonea,1, Cristina L. Archera, Meryl P. Gardnerb, John A. Madsenc, Ajay K. Prasadd, and Dana E. Verone aSchool of Marine Science and Policy, Center for Carbon-Free Power Integration, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716; bDepartment of Business Administration, Center for […]

German Wind-to-Hydrogen Plant Takes Car-Fuel Battle to Tesla

After decades of research, Linde AG says the elements needed to make hydrogen-fuelled cars a viable challenger to Tesla Inc’s battery-driven vehicles are finally falling into place. The world’s largest industrial gas supplier will today open a plant that uses wind power to convert water into the gas. That completes the circle for an almost […]