Assessing Energy Policy

As the year ends and we look forward to 2013, it’s time to assess the extent to which fear of CO2 induced global warming is affecting energy policy. It’s probably also worthwhile looking at the latest thoughts concerning CO2 emissions. Continue reading Assessing Energy Policy

EIA Levelized Costs Can be Misleading

The levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) has become a tool used by advocates of wind and solar to mislead the public, with the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) inflating the cost of electricity from coal. The EIA assigns a cost Continue reading EIA Levelized Costs Can be Misleading

Assessing Transportation Fuels

It’s possible to say the race is on, but perhaps it’s already finished. Dividing vehicles into three segments and then comparing fuel types allows for some quick conclusions. First, heavy-duty, long-haul highway trucks Second, busses, local delivery trucks and other Continue reading Assessing Transportation Fuels