Advantages of Renewable Energy: Why We Need Alternative Energy Sources

The advantages of renewable energy are numerous, and many people live and run businesses with a smaller carbon footprint thanks to alternative energy. It’s something I’ve been talking about for years — long before it became “trendy.” Any major overhaul of a city’s or country’s infrastructure takes decades, though, so we can’t expect alternative energy[…]

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7 Important Advantages of Hydroelectric Energy

Through Energy Advantage, I’m able to educate my subscribers on a wide number of different energy-related topics, including hydropower. There are numerous advantages of hydroelectric energy, which comes from special dams that use water to create energy for homes, businesses, and public infrastructure. If you’re thinking about investing in alternative energy sources, take a second[…]

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Hydroelectric Energy vs. Solar Power – The Pros and Cons

Using new energy sources can have a huge impact on our environment and on our wallets. If you’re interested in oil investing and energy investing, you might wonder about the advantages and disadvantages of hydroelectric energy and solar power. Which is best? First, if you think oil investing has nothing to do with alternative energy[…]

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4 Advantages and 5 Disadvantages of Hydroelectric Energy

Hydroelectric energy — also called “hydropower” — refers to electricity provided by running water. When water flows or falls, it creates its own type of energy that can then be translated into power for homes and businesses. But what are the most critical advantages and disadvantages of hydroelectric energy? Disadvantages of Hydroelectric Energy We’ll start[…]

The Billion Dollar Natural Gas Frenzy America Will Miss Out On

One thing emerged clearly during my four days of meetings with the Iranians in Frankfurt last week. There is now enough European support to allow Iran to move forward with some of the biggest natural gas and LNG (liquefied natural gas) projects in a decade. There are still long negotiations ahead, with considerable risk assessment[…]

Why Tensions at Iran’s LNG Summit are Running High

“Trust but verify” is a well-known phrase from the Reagan era, often used by the White House back then when discussing negotiations with the Soviet Union. President Reagan knew he was using a much older Russian proverb – Доверяй, но проверяй (“Doveryai, no proveryai“). Such are the often strange twists in international diplomacy. The past[…]

Paris Energy Update: I’ve Never Seen Anything Like This Before…

I’m opening a bottle of decent red, a normal thing one does here in Paris. Especially after the day I just had… The meeting with international energy financiers has broken up for dinner and down time. But sitting on a balcony overlooking Avenue Kléber and its late afternoon bustle, I find my mind wandering. Something[…]