In this weeks’ State of the State address by Utah Governor Huntsman, he spoke of building a Natural Gas Corridor from Idaho to Arizona. Some might say he’s trying a Green public relations move to appease extreme environmentalist, but that crowd seems blind to the benefits of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) because it’s, shall I mention the words, fossil fuel. I like the Governor’s out of the box, or out of the state borders, thinking here. Furthermore, I ...Continue Reading → Share
Time magazine’s cover story this past week was all about America’s Untapped Energy Resource. In previous blog entries I’ve spoken of ElectraTherm‘s groundbreaking and modular Green Machine that turns waste industrial heat into fuel-free, emissions-free electricity. Time Mag is right on! Recapture America’s wasted energy and we can cut energy costs 10-20%.
The DOE already says that waste industrial heat is the #1 potential renewable energy available. And, ...Continue Reading → Share
Mr. Obama is considering $25B in tax credits for renewable energy. Doesn’t sound like so much after the $700B bailout, does it? Nonetheless, I hope this time they allow credits for recycled heat (waste heat) generation harnessing #1 renewable source in U.S. according to the Department of Energy (DOE). ElectraTherm has proven the technology is commercially viable and has units in action.
Congress should also tax credit duel ...Continue Reading → Share
We are honored to be in good company as PR News CSR (corporate social responsibility) award finalist in the category “Product Design/Redesign”. This is for our public relations and web design work with clean energy pioneer, ElectraTherm.
It is so much fun being associated with a company that is making a difference in cleantech and alternative energy. We accept this great honor in behalf of a truly exceptional company with ...Continue Reading → Share
This was bound to happen, just not yet.
Associated Press: Advocates irked by rise in Utah natural gas price.
When gasoline goes back above $3/gal this year, Utah CNG will still be a bargain, even at much higher prices.
That said, Utah PSC Julie Orchard, Energy Advisor Dianne Nielson, and Gov Huntsman should remember that
John Porretto of the Associated Press reported today that A Year After $100, Oil Prices Cut in Half
Mark my words – Oil and gas prices will rise significantly in 2009. The merciful respite in gas prices in late 2008 is only a brief honeymoon, before demand outstrips demand and temporary surpluses are gone. That’s what smart economists ...