Solar power is on the rise in California, with many households beginning to install rooftop solar energy panels. There’s no denying that the rise of renewables is a positive shift for American energy, but it does bring with it some new challenges that can and should be addressed.
Contrary to popular belief, the “greenest” energy may not come from solar and wind farms. Who knew fracking could be considered a clean energy source?
As emerging economies are turning into global players through their growing access to energy, a new middle class is rising. How are emerging markets redrawing their economic maps, and what can the U.S. do to help this trend?
In the first of Steve Vitale’s blogs, he explains how the relationship between energy and the economy is becoming more complex than before and what knock-on effects this will have