Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

SUN DAY Campaign News

Washington DC – According to a review by the SUN DAY Campaign of data just released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), renewable energy sources (i.e., biomass, geothermal, hydropower, solar, wind) have dominated new U.S. electrical generating capacity additions in the first nine months of 2020.

Combined, they accounted for nearly two-thirds ( 64.1%) […]

We Worry About the Wrong Things

LNG tanker Berge Boston in Boston Harbor in January. A congressional study questions how prepared the government is to handle a terrorist attack on an LNG facility. Photo: Luke Pinneo, U.S. Coast Guard

Joanne Coons

It was a special day. I got to go to Boston to attend the NESEA Green Building Conference […]

Gas Pipelines in New Hampshire: Another One Gone and Another One Bites the Dust

House destroyed by a gas explosion in the Merrimack Valley, 2018. This was one of 40 buildings damaged or destroyed by explosions or fires resulting from a pressure surge. Photo: National Transportation Safety Board.

George Harvey

Whether it is court decisions, potential customers fading from view, or just mysterious decision making, […]

Volinsky to Hold Anti-Granite Bridge Press Conference at 11am Today

Volinsky to Hold Anti-Granite Bridge Press Conference at 11am Today

Rally and Press Conference Denouncing the Granite Bridge Project, Following the Collapse of Several Other Fossil Fuel Pipeline Projects Across U.S.

Concord, N.H. — New Hampshire Gubernatorial candidate and Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky (D) will be joined by 350NH, Sunrise Movement chapters […]

Trouble Ahead for Natural Gas?

Flaring fracked gas. Photo: Battenbrook, Wikimedia Commons,

George Harvey, Green Energy Times

Each month, I look forward to posts on energy that come from the Sun Day Campaign (SDC). These posts have chronicled a story of the rise of renewable energy, analyzing reports from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) […]

Post Oil Solutions & Climate Change Café and Sugar Shack Alliance Events

Three Down – Two to Go

A Majority of Big Oil Wants to Act on Climate Change

By George Harvey

Among oil companies, there are five that stand out, traditionally called “Big Oil,” and “the super-majors.” Though there are other large companies, these five stand out for reasons of both history and economics.

Three of […]

David Blittersdorf’s View from the Top

Why Are We Pretending Natural Gas Isn’t a Fossil Fuel?

Natural gas being flared on an oil platform in the North Sea . credit: Wikipedia

New England’s six governors are now planning for the region to use more natural gas, by building more pipeline capacity. The group of six announced a plan […]

Declining Natural Gas Supplies

By George Harvey

Gas in Storage.The blue line show supplies in recent months. The green line shows average supplies over the past five years. The gray area shows the minimum and maximum over a five year period. Source: Energy Information Administration

As many consumers might tell you, the price of natural gas is […]