Posts filed under “Energy”

The Carbon Map

Click for a pretty cool and interactive video infographic.

Source: The Guardian

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Energy, Science

Railway Shipping Reshape Crude Market

Source: WSJ

Category: Energy, Markets

The Role of Oil Price Shocks in Causing U.S. Recessions

Category: Energy, Think Tank

Oil Boom’s Effect On The U.S. Economy

Source: Deloitte

Category: Economy, Energy

Dallas Fed: Crude Oil Export Ban Benefits Some … but Not All

Category: Energy, Think Tank

Europe Is Highly Dependent On Russian Gas

Source: Know More Source: Washington Post

Category: Energy, Politics

Solar FREAKIN’ Roadways!

Are Solar roadways possible? Are they too ambitious, costly, and technologically unfeasible? Check out the compelling and entertaining video.     If you would like more information, check out the Indigogo project page for information straight from the source. The project has been getting a lot of attention recently and there are recommended articles on…Read More

Category: Energy, Technology, Weekend

America & Automobile Efficiency

Americans are buying more fuel-efficient cars, but . . . Source: Know More   Other countries are still way ahead Source: Center for Climate and Energy Solutions   Continues here

Category: Consumer Spending, Energy

Solar Freaking Roadways! We at Washington’s Blog are big proponents of decentralized energy production and storage, because it is key to protecting against terrorism, fascism and destruction of our health, environment and economy. We noted in 2011 that a Dutch team figured out a way to make roads into solar generators. The concept is interesting: And a…Read More

Category: Energy, Science

Why the federal gas tax is too low

Source: WonkBlog

Category: Energy, Taxes and Policy