US presidential elections

Obama wants a greener White House

November 28, 2008

According to Ecorazzi, president-elect Barack Obama spoke on TV about his plans to green up the White House. Part of the plan is to evaluate its energy efficiency and set an example to the American people by doing so. That’s the way to go. Change has to be inspired from the top and considering Obama’s […]

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Independent Petroleum Association of America: Letter to Obama

November 23, 2008

This is not a letter from ExxonMobil, BP, or any other large corporation. This is a letter from the small businesses that drill America’s oil and natural gas. They want to be part of the Obama’s energy plan. They want the facts as they know them to be out there and included in the decision […]

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Obama and Climate Change

November 7, 2008

From the Newsweek teaser on the 2008 presidential race, The debates unnerved both candidates. When he was preparing for them during the Democratic primaries, Obama was recorded saying, “I don’t consider this to be a good format for me, which makes me more cautious. I often find myself trapped by the questions and thinking to […]

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New president, new renewable energy policies?

November 7, 2008

I was thrilled to follow the American presidential election this week. A huge turnout, the outpour of emotion … it was quite moving to see all citizens swept up by the energy of political renovation. Speaking of energy, what does the new political scenario mean for the renewable energy sector? Enter Renewable Energy World with […]

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Can We Buy Ourselves Out of Our Problems?

November 3, 2008

First what are these problems? Decreasing energy supplies to go around, higher prices and costs for our energy, and environmental damage. “But, gas prices are going down!” you are all shouting. But the war for oil: Iraq, Iran and Russia, is still going on. The pollution (a cost of petrochemical fuels) is not going away […]

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