The industry can thank several consecutive years of dramatic growth.
It’s easy to take electricity for granted, but the infrastructure needed to support your 24/7 access to light, heat, and energy is downright astounding.
The cost of electricity in the United States fell dramatically in 2015 — a decrease largely attributed to the cheap costs of natural gas as a result of practices like fracking. Yet, regulations proposed by the EPA threaten those low costs.
The Portland Cement Association adds its voice to the growing chorus of dissent to the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.
Partisan ire heats up amidst the passing of the Clean Power Plan. Innovative technologies have the power to bridge this gap.