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Clean Technology Stuns International Auto Show

Would you use email or text messaging any less if the Post Office slashed the price of stamps by half? Of course not. The technologies just revealed at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) could have a similar impact … Continue reading

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Bill Roth’s First Look Of Electric Volt From NAIAS 2015

The 2016 Chevy Volt electric hybrid looks great, offers performance that consumers want and is priced to sell (estimate of $30-35K before tax credits and state rebates). The Volt launches the auto industry into electric vehicles 2.0 by aligning with … Continue reading

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How 2014 Oil Price Collapse Threatens Sustainability

1980 was the last time we had an oil price collapse. Americans buying fuel efficient vehicles created the 1980 oil price collapse just as they have contributed toward today’s oil price collapse. But what consumers did in response to lower … Continue reading

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Hyper Engaged Online Consumers Key To Sales Success

‘Tis the season for political rhetoric. Environmental regulation that protects human health from climate change and smog is being defined as a “war on coal.” Presidential candidates are posturing on key economics issues while the middle class suffers under fifteen … Continue reading

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Oil Price Collapse And America’s Technology Crossroads

The oil industry has done a great job of self-promoting their increased production capacity as the reason for the collapse in oil and gasoline prices. Let’s get the facts right. The world has been, and continues to be, awash with … Continue reading

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China’s 20% Renewable Energy Commitment Challenges U.S. Electric Utility Industry

The U.S. electric utility industry now confronts a new disruptive business reality from China’s announced commitment to source twenty percent of its energy from renewable technologies like solar and wind. This commitment is not a “non-binding charade” as characterized by … Continue reading

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Operating Your Business In A Carbon Surge Economy

Your business now operates within a carbon surge economy. The surge in carbon emissions is rapidly raising your business risks and the cost of doing business. Extreme weather tied to carbon surge is reducing your business revenues by disrupting customer … Continue reading

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