What's Going on with Energy? 

Look at what reputable experts are saying about the future of energy production!

Solar, wind and batteries are just the beginning

We are on the cusp of the fastest, deepest, most profound disruption of the energy sector in over a century. Like most disruptions, this one is being driven by the convergence of several key technologies whose costs and capabilities have been improving on consistent and predictable trajectories – namely, solar photovoltaic power, wind power, and lithium-ion battery energy storage.

By Dr, Adam Dorr

Research Fellow at RethinkX

Robin Hood Investor's Conference 2019 Presentation

The #CleanDisruption will be the fastest, deepest, most consequential disruption of energy and transportation in history. By analyzing and anticipating these disruptions, we can learn that the benefits to humanity will be immense, but to seize the upside, we will need to mitigate the downside.

Tony Seba

Very powerful 15 minute read

After a decade of rapidly falling costs, the rechargeable lithium-ion battery is poised to disrupt industries.

Wall Street Journal

By Russel Gold and Ben Foldy

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Sun Journal Article - 5 minute read

Maine policymakers want to encourage such projects as another tool to help meet the state's ambitious climate goals.

15 minute CNBC news story

Over the past decade, prices for solar panels and wind farms have reached all-time lows. However, the price for lithium-ion batteries, the leading energy storage technology, has remained too high. So researchers are exploring other alternatives, including flow batteries, thermal batteries, and gravity-based systems.

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Less than 5 minute read

Restoration of Muskegon Lake increases home values by $79 million, additional recreation benefits total nearly $28 million annually.

BATTERIES CHALLENGE NATURAL GAS AS AMERICA'S NO. 1 POWER SOURCE

5 minute read

Wall Street Journal

Katherine Blunt

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Startup Claims Breakthrough in Long-Duration Batteries

3-minute read

Wall Street Journal

Russell Gold