WEBINAR NOW: There's still time to catch the end…

June 11, 2011 by Amelia Timbers

Wind has emerged as one of the most workable renewable energy technologies to finance, deploy, and see make a difference -currently, a limited difference- in the grid. The global wind industry has seen explosive growth in the last year, though tough times might lie ahead - advocates worry that countries will snuff renewable funding to...[read more]

WEBINAR - JOIN IT NOW: Funding Green Cities

May 13, 2011 by Amelia Timbers

If you're in energy, you've heard it before: 40% of US carbon emissions come from buildings. Everything that uses electricity- HVAC, lighting, appliances, etc- adds to this burden. To cut down on buildings' share of emissions, we have a collective challenge to transition to low carbon forms of energy. And trust me, that sounds great; we...[read more]

Charge it! The Challenge Facing Electric Cars

March 22, 2011 by Marc Gunther

 With all the dismal environmental news of late–from the nuclear crisis in Japan to the Republican attacks on EPA in Congress–it will be a pleasure this week to turn my attention to one of the most exciting developments on the sustainability front: the arrival of electric cars in the U.S. To be sure, the sales figures so far for the...[read more]

Libya, Egypt, energy and the environment…

March 8, 2011 by Marc Gunther

 What will the civil war in Libya, revolution in Egypt and political turmoil elsewhere in the Middle East and North Africa mean for the U.S. economy, energy prices and the environment? If you’d like to hear the insights of a couple of smart energy experts, join me on Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET for a free webinar organized by The Energy...[read more]

Energy Consumption Data – What is Privacy Worth?

September 6, 2010 by Christine Hertzog

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently published the latest draft of the Guidelines for Smart Grid Cyber Security, a collaborative public/private effort to assist individuals and organizations who will be addressing cyber security for Smart Grid systems.  The second volume focuses on Privacy and the Smart...[read more]

The Energy Collective Webinar: Is Global Action to Address Climate Change a Pipe Dream?

January 22, 2010 by Rebecca Lutzy

After Copenhagen: What Was Achieved? Live Webcast January 26, 1 PM EST / 10 AM PST Click here to REGISTER NOW!! The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, or Cop15, took place in Copenhagen December 2009 with the goal of establishing a new climate treaty to replace the Kyoto accords, due to expire in 2012. The expectations for the...[read more]

Overflow questions for our Rethinking the Electrical Grid panelists?

October 28, 2009 by MarkLazen

We just finished up a great Webinar on all things grid, and we had such a great crowd that we ended up with many unanswered questions in the queue when time ran out.If you were one of the attendees left wanting more, or even if you didn't make it to the event. Please feel free to pose your questions in the comments thread below and we'll...[read more]

Great Lakes states wind project siting webinar August 13

August 3, 2009 by Clifford Rohde

There is no denying that New York is Great Lakes state (and I can say that having lived in two other Great Lakes states.) From the Great Lakes Regional Wind Energy Institute: Wind Project Siting in the Great Lakes Region Webinar Attend a free webinar hosted by Windustry and the Great Lakes Regional Wind Energy Association on Wind...[read more]

Don't forget the SAP webinar tomorrow

July 28, 2009 by John Whitehead

Check out this week's SAP webinar where folks will be discussing the economic stimulus package and what it means for different sectors.Here are the questions I'd like answered: The stimulus is touted as an engine for creating jobs. Yet, the cost per job created seems quite high (e.g., $160,000 per job in renewable and clean energy [page...[read more]

Electricity 2.0 Primer

February 26, 2009 by Tom Raftery

 I'm giving a talk at the O'Reilly ETech conference in San Jose next month (March 11th 2009). The title of my talk is "Electricity 2.0: Applying The Lessons Of The Web To Our Energy Networks".  The talk will be about how to make the electrical distribution system more green and more resilient using demand response and smart...[read more]

Electrify Your Ride

September 25, 2008 by Energy Collective

How Cost, Consumers, and Infrastructure Will Shape the Next-Generation Car Originally presented September 24, 2008, 1 p.m. Eastern / 10 a.m. Pacific Hybrid-electric vehicles have gone from novelty to necessity as gas prices have gone through the roof, but experts predict the revolution is just beginning. How close is that minivan in your...[read more]

Register Now for Our Fall Webinar Series!

September 11, 2008 by MarkLazen

The Energy Collective Fall Webinar Series is upon us! Register now to listen in and pose questions to our knowledgable panelists, drawn from inside our community and beyond.We kick things off on Wednesday, September 24th with a discussion of electrified transportation hosted by our own Tyler Hamilton, reporter and energy columnist for...[read more]

Scenario planning for the sustainability revolution

December 7, 2007 by Gil Friend

We've scheduled one last webinar this year in Natural Logic's Carbon Neutral Learning™ webinar series. In two weeks, futurist Jamais Cascio will discuss Green Tomorrows, and lead a stimulating exploration of how the sustainability revolution will transform our politics, our economics and our lives. The process of building a...[read more]

"Coming to Grips with Carbon" webinar series

September 26, 2007 by Gil Friend

Speaking of carbon (2): Natural Logic has just announced "Coming to Grips with Carbon," a four-part webinar series (produced by Stacey Marvel) on ""How to Measure and Reduce Your Carbon Footprint." I'll be hosting the entire series, and will be joined by some of the best in the business. Here's the agenda and presenters:Session 1:...[read more]