public support

Public Push can Spur Private Investment in EV Charging

March 9, 2015 by Nick Nigro

EV Charging Support

For electric vehicles (EVs) to hit the mainstream and make a meaningful contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, they’ll need a robust public charging infrastructure that lets drivers go where they take gasoline-powered cars now.[read more]

Why Radiation is Safe and Why All Nations Should Embrace Nuclear Energy

August 23, 2014 by Rod Adams

Nuclear Energy, Radiation, and Risk

Dr. Wade Allison has recently published a video on radiation that is aimed at a general audience. It explains why radiation associated with nuclear energy production, medical diagnostics, and medical treatments is generally safe and should not be a cause for excessive concern.[read more]

9 Ways to Get Stakeholders to Care About Energy Efficiency

April 4, 2014 by Katherine Tweed

In Houston, some firehouses have been known to leave a desk lamp shining on the thermostat to keep the air conditioning humming as the firefighters are out for hours responding to calls. When they return, they understandably want a semi-arctic environment.[read more]