FirstEnergy's Consistency, or Lack Thereof

October 29, 2015 by EDF Energy Exchange

FirstEnergy and Consistency

The list of things FirstEnergy isn’t good at continues to grow. First it was transparency. Then accuracy. Now it’s time to add consistency to the list. FirstEnergy spoke out in favor of deregulation – and the competition it enabled – and against government support. Now it wants a bailout.[read more]

Let's Rename Earth Day

April 23, 2014 by Joseph Romm

Rename Earth Day?

The subject of renaming Earth Day remains more relevant than ever in light of the world’s ongoing inaction on climate change, the over-running of Congress by climate zombies, Obama’s multi-year fecklessness on this gravest of threats, and the amazing climate silence of the U.S. media.[read more]

The Utility as a Brand: Is It Worth It?

November 6, 2013 by Christine Hertzog

Utilities have a brand, most visibly identified by a corporate logo. Some utilities have successfully established intangible values like technology leadership as part of their brand, although these values may be more well-known within the utility sector than by that utility’s customers.[read more]

Is Cleantech a Dirty Word?

February 28, 2013 by Scott Edward Anderson

Over the past few years, we've had "clean energy" and "advanced energy"; once the favored term was "renewable energy" and even "alternative energy." And then there was the battle over "cleantech" or "greentech."[read more]