Finally, an energy book in layman’s language: Energy Made Easy

Energy is multifaceted, and the just published “Energy Made Easy – Helping Citizens Become Energy-Literate” by Ronald Stein and Todd Royal available on Amazon allows the reader to grasp enough knowledge quickly so they can participate in discussions with family, friends, co-workers, or while watching news reports. The main purpose of the book is to […]

California’s Impending Grid Problem

Can the California grid handle the charging challenges for the EVs the state is promoting to be on the grid? The knee-jerk reaction to going green as fast as possible has the potential to crash California’s already fragile economy.  No one’s even talking about the load it’s going to put on the current grid.  The […]

Renewables Aren’t Up to the Task

All 7.8 billion people on this planet want affordable, scalable, reliable electricity. And for countries like the United States, China, India, most of Africa and the European Union, the cheapest way to produce electrons is by burning coal. Carbon dioxide emissions are rising because the world will need more energy in the decades ahead in […]