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December 28, 2016

The Energy Insider is a free publication from Enerdynamics. We select topics of interest in the energy industry and summarize the pertinent issues in a quick and easy-to-read format. Click here to view this as a web page.

 

Electric

Electricity

 

Can the Minds Behind Amazon, Virgin, LinkedIn, and Facebook Deliver the Future of Energy?

 

Billions of people around the globe live without access to electricity while billions more who have basic access desire more services to improve their lifestyles. However, raising billions of people's access to energy-consuming lifestyles will inevitably have severe environmental impacts unless we change our means of energy production. Microsoft founder Bill Gates and others believe that fundamental research is needed to create the next wave of transformational energy technology. But from where will the R&D come? A coalition of today's most brilliant and entrepreneurial minds may be the answer.

 
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Natural Gas

Natural Gas

 

Natural Gas as a Renewable Fuel

 

Natural gas' renewable equivalent is biomethane, a biogas that is the result of the decomposition of organic matter. By reclaiming methane from landfills, livestock operations, and waste water treatment plants, renewable natural gas (RNG) is being used to produce electricity and to fuel large commercial vehicles. The time has come to acknowledge RNG as a viable form of natural gas and transportation fuel that may be well-suited to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet renewable fuel standards goals.

 
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Renewables

The Future of Energy

 

The Election Is Over: What's In Store for the Energy Industry Under the Next Administration?

 

As the nation transitions to the Trump administration, what changes can we expect in the energy sector? It's hard to predict as there's a gulf between Trump’s campaign statements and his statements as president-elect. But looking at what we know, it appears that while regulatory direction and other policies will change, the ultimate market direction will surprisingly be no different than under President Obama. This means we can anticipate more growth of natural gas and renewables, ongoing decline in coal, and further reduction in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.

 
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Training Room

Training Room

 

Wholesale Power Markets: A New Online Course by Enerdynamics

 

Enerdynamics' latest online offering, Wholesale Power Markets, focuses on the electric services bought and sold in wholesale markets. Power markets are vital for energy professionals to understand as they have become increasingly important with the growth of gas-fired generation owned by independent power producers, the growth in renewables, and the expansion of ISO market areas. Wholesale Power Markets is now available for viewing on all platforms including desktops, tablets, and even mobile phones.

 
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In this issue...

 

 

Can the Minds Behind Amazon, Virgin, LinkedIn, and Facebook Deliver the Future of Energy?

Natural Gas as a Renewable Fuel

The Election Is Over: What's In Store for the Energy Industry Under the Next Administration?

Wholesale Power Markets: A New Online Course by Enerdynamics

 
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Enerdynamics Happenings

 


 

Our Top 5 Online Courses of 2016...

 

Wholesale Power Markets

 

Electric Industry Overview


Gas Industry Overview

 

How Utilities Make Money


Gas Market Dynamics

 

 
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Legal: The Energy Insider and the content within include statements, opinions and analysis relating to energy industry topics of interest. The purpose of this newsletter is to apprise readers of industry trends and news. The information contained in this newsletter is provided as general information for educational purposes. Enerdynamics takes no responsibility for the accuracy of forward-looking statements or opinions of third-party sources.

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