7 Things the DOE Could Learn from Pope Francis:
With Fed tapering talk growing louder ahead of Q114 under newly named Fed Chief Janet Yellen, the prospects for a lower valued USD currency could foster an upward bias in WTI crude prices.
Fuel cell energy technology could make a big move next year and that could bode very well for New York-based Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG). The company has seen it shares skyrocket in recent sessions on the heels of management making bold, positive comments on its year-end business update.
In recent years, electric vehicles (EVs) have made headway with consumers, yet the industry has largely failed to live up to the hype due to inadequate charging infrastructure, costly vehicles, range fears and concerns about truly being eco-friendly. It’s that last point
As football season rolls on, I wanted to highlight a bright spot in the NFL this year that really hasn’t gotten much attention: how solar power is charging stadiums in droves. I have a big passion for energy and football, so in this piece I wanted to highlight how NRG Energy (NYSE: NRG) is bringing renewable energy to football stadiums around the country.
John’s professional experience combined with his deep passion for cleaner sources of energy and transportation and reduced dependence on foreign sources of oil, make him a strong candidate to analyze the corporate vehicles fleet sector and develop key data on existing fleet petroleum use and emissions output.
John is not only a thought leader in his industry but more importantly his ideas and how he conceptualizes complex markets is visionary and innovative. Anyone would be lucky to have him as a partner!
John is a great energy strategist. I first noticed his writings in connection to the nuclear and uranium sector over 2 years ago. While uranium/nuclear was going through a slow period John had the vision to see the short/medium/long term potential of this energy source. John has continued to be a visionary and ahead of the pack in understanding this sector.
John Licata’s insight on some of the emerging issues for energy supply brought an additional dimension to our panel discussion on the future of energy.
John Licata delivers thought provoking analyses on the realities of climate change, filling a much needed void in the discussion and applicable across many disciplines.