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The Promise and Peril

April 3, 2012 0 Comments
The Promise and Peril

I suppose it could be said of every age in human history that there was “great promise and peril” involved with all we could imagine to do and build. I wonder if today’s dichotomy is more extreme. I have often heard it said that we are currently in a

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Recent Successes and Failures

January 27, 2012 0 Comments
Recent Successes and Failures

During the course of analyzing the future of air pollution, technology, and alternative energy I often highlight some of the companies that are creating the future. Some are hits and some are misses. Successful or not, I like to follow-up on the latest developments. One trend as of late is that the biggest “misses” are the government […]

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As Expected, Solyndra Goes Bankrupt

September 1, 2011 0 Comments
As Expected, Solyndra Goes Bankrupt

Tony mentioned the August recap yesterday and I will add a little to that today. It turns out that it was the second month in a row (and only the second month this year) with above normal temperatures. In this case (August) the average temp was about 1.5 degrees above normal. It was never really hot […]

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Solar Power Development & Demise

January 18, 2011 2 Comments
Solar Power Development & Demise

Regular readers of the weather blog know that I follow alternative energy developments quite closely. It is an important topic which is intimately linked with anthropogenic global warming (AGW). Solar power in particular seems to have a bright future (based on current trends). It is the most scalable and has the most room for improvement (based […]

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