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$5 trillion in 2021 global debt/equity raised (so far), “divest fossil fuels” in full swing, the world running short of natural gas/coal, and winter is coming

Reposted from Public Energy Number One Posted by Terry Etam on October 3, 2021 As an independent energy voice, I have no corporate editors or lawyers or hand-tailored silver haired senior management muting commentary. It is often fun, being able to say what many are thinking in a… Read More »$5 trillion in 2021 global debt/equity raised (so far), “divest fossil fuels” in full swing, the world running short of natural gas/coal, and winter is coming

Professor: Natural Gas Could Supply 600 Million Africans With Electricity…So Europe, USA Ban Its Use

By Kenneth Richard As Dr. Ramachandran details in Nature, a de facto natural gas ban effectively does nothing to propel growth in intermittently-available wind and solar energy. These renewable sources require a back-up energy supply that is ever-ready even when the Sun is not shining… Read More »Professor: Natural Gas Could Supply 600 Million Africans With Electricity…So Europe, USA Ban Its Use

Moving toward energy security in BC’s rural, remote and Indigenous communities (2020)

There are over 270,000 households in British Columbia facing energy poverty, a lack ofaffordable access to the basic energy services that contribute to quality of life. Rural, remote,and Indigenous communities in the province are being hit particularly hard, with somecommunities spending up to three times… Read More »Moving toward energy security in BC’s rural, remote and Indigenous communities (2020)