Is the US-China Climate Change Deal a Game-Changer? An Interview with MIT's Valerie Karplus

December 11, 2014 by Jesse Jenkins

US China Climate Partnership

Climate diplomacy made global headlines with a new partnership between the world's two largest carbon emitters: the United States and China. In this interview, I catch up with MIT's Valerie Karplus, an expert on both American and Chinese energy and climate policy, to dig into the details of the deal.[read more]

Energy Experts Unplugged, Volume 10

August 25, 2014 by America's Power Plan

Energy Expert Interview

In a new study released at the summer conference of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, the Analysis Group Senior Advisor Susan Tierney and Vice Presidents Paul Hibbard and Andrea Okie concluded that states are already well positioned to implement EPA’s Clean Power Plan.[read more]

Energy Experts Unplugged... Volume 9

August 2, 2014 by America's Power Plan

This is the most recent edition of the ongoing monthly series of short answers to some of the questions we’ve been hearing about the energy industry from public utilities commissions, market operators, utilities, legislators, and other energy decision-makers.[read more]

How to Beat the Street to North American Energy Profits: Interview with Phil Juskowicz

May 21, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Philip Juskowicz, CFA, is a managing director in the research department at Casimir Capital, a boutique investment bank specializing in the natural resource industry. Juskowicz began his career at Standard & Poor's in 1998. From 2001 to 2005, he worked in equity research at both First Albany Corp. and Buckingham Research.[read more]

Energy Experts Unplugged... Volume 7

May 21, 2014 by America's Power Plan

This post is the latest edition in a monthly series of questions and short answers to some of the inquiries we have been hearing from organizations such as public utilities commissions, market operators, utilities, legislators, and other energy decision-makers.[read more]

Economic Rewards Through Renovation

February 4, 2014 by Sadhbh Ní Hógáin

In the following interview, Adrian Joyce, the director of the Renovate Europe Campaign, discusses various subjects including targets, strategies, and how energy efficient renovation can help to renew economies that may be lagging behind.[read more]

Get Positioned Now for the Next Great Natural Gas Switch: Interview with Ron Muhlenkamp

January 25, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Next Great Natural Gas Switch

Ron Muhlenkamp is the founder and portfolio manager of Muhlenkamp & Co. Inc., established in 1977 to manage private accounts for individuals and institutions. Muhlenkamp is an award-winning investment manager, frequent guest of the media, and featured speaker at investment shows nationwide.[read more]

Executive Perspectives: The Most Important Trends in Energy Efficiency

December 30, 2013 by Stephen Lacey

Was 2013 the year efficiency got cool, sexy and cheap? Not quite. But it did become cooler, sexier and cheaper than ever before -- driven by largely by innovations in intelligent efficiency such as energy management software, virtual audits and better data crunching abilities.[read more]

Fracking, Uranium, and Solar, Oh My!: Growth and Innovation in 2013

December 27, 2013 by Jim Patrick

2013 in Review

Nothing catches the market's attention like cushy profit margins. Technologies that enable oil producers to drill more for less money were a notable theme among many for the experts featured in interviews in The Energy Report in 2013.[read more]

Interview: Four International O&G Juniors for a Globe-Sweeping Shale Revolution

November 9, 2013 by Jim Patrick

Christopher Brown serves as director, research, international oil and gas at Canaccord Genuity and has provided international analytical coverage since 2006. Kimberly Thompson is a research associate with Canaccord Genuity, with ten years of finance and accounting experience.[read more]


Solar Energy Capacity Growth Rivals Wind as Manufacturer Outlook Strengthens

October 3, 2013 by Jesse Jenkins

Global PV Development

New solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity may rival or exceed the growth in wind energy for the first time in 2013, as growing demand and continuing industry consolidation begin to brighten prospects for solar manufacturers, industry analysts report.[read more]

Can Innovation Beat Climate Change and Resource Depletion? Ramez Naam on "the Infinite Resource" [VIDEO]

July 16, 2013 by Jesse Jenkins

In this installment of our #EnergyChat series, I talk with Ramez Naam, author of The Infinite Resource: the Power of Ideas on a Finite Planet, which takes an unflinching look at how to feed and power a world of 9 to 10 billion people.[read more]

Patrick Moore ratchets up the rhetoric

November 14, 2010 by Dan Yurman

Nuclear energy advocate departs from stump speech When Patrick Moore (right) first got started with his Clean & Safe Energy Coalition to promote nuclear energy, his target was a nexus of green groups that opposed it. However, in an interview and in a speech to the nuclear industry in Cleveland last September, Moore came across as an...[read more]

Peak Oil Interview: Misconceptions, Replacing Oil, and False Solutions

September 22, 2010 by Robert Rapier

Back in June, I gave a presentation on Peak Oil at the Global Footprint Conference in Siena, Italy. (More on the event here). Following my presentation, I was asked to do a pair of interviews. One was for an upcoming documentary called Critical Mass. The second was for the conference itself, and that interview has just been made...[read more]