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Evaluating Nuclear Energy
December 3, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: Lyndi&Jason In the second part of her three-part series on energy alternatives, our Energy blogger, Claire, takes a look at nuclear power in The Good, The Bad, The Energetic – Part 2 today, a guest post over on the excellent Oil Rules blog. Here’s an excerpt from Part 1: “The…election and rising gas prices have […]

Energy: What’s Next?
November 4, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

With Election Day in full swing, our Energy blogger, Claire, takes a look at “The Good, The Bad and the Energetic” today, in a guest post over on the excellent Oil Rules blog. Here’s an excerpt from Part 1: “The…election and rising gas prices have raised the topic of energy to a higher level of […]

Michael Phelps and solar power – what’s the connection?
August 21, 2008 · 1 Comment

photo credit: M@rcopako What do Michael Phelps and solar power have in common? (And no – the answer isn’t that solar was the secret behind that high-tech suit he raced to 8 gold medals.) Check out the latest post on the Oil & Gas Investor‘s fascinating Oil Rules blog for the answer from our very own Claire. If you’re not already […]



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