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September 27, 2012
U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions at 20-year Low – What Happened?
Current EIA data shows that in recent years carbon emissions have fallen to levels approximately equivalent to 1992 emissions. What is the cause of this dramatic increase and is it a permanent change?
An Inside Look at Costa Rica's Commitment to Renewable and Sustainable Energy
Currently 90% of Costa Rica's electricity is generated from renewable energy sources. Enerdynamics recently enjoyed a 12-day educational tour of Costa Rica's renewable and sustainable energy efforts. Get a first-hand account of what we saw and learned.
Why Europe May Walk Away from Its Shale Gas Reserves
U.S. natural gas supplies have swelled much in part to extraction of shale gas via hydraulic fracturing.
Will Europe, a continent with an estimated
639 Tcf of untapped shale gas resources, join the U.S. as a supplier of natural gas produced by fracking?
Electric Business Understanding Offers Big-picture Perspective to an Array of Industry Employees
Enerdynamics' most popular public seminar, Electric Business Understanding, helps fill knowledge gaps among those who work in all facets of the electricity industry. Learn more about this valuable training opportunity in this FAQ-style article.
Upcoming public seminars...
Electric Business Understanding
October 15-16, 2012
December 5-6, 2012
Gas Business Understanding
December 3-4, 2012
Electric Market Dynamics
October 17-18, 2012
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