Hike by Candlelight

Yes, it’s still winter. The days are slowly getting longer, but there’s a month to go yet before Daylight Saving Time fully brightens up the evenings. There’s still snow on the ground, and it’s cold. Without the twinkling holiday lights that have long since been packed away, winter can start to feel a little dreary

Underground Railroad—Burying CO2: Sound strategy or costly diversion?

A paradox of modern governance: As the economics of low-cost natural gas and federal regulation diminish coal use in electricity production, agencies like the Department of Energy (DOE) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) tout carbon capture and sequestration as a lifeline for the coal industry and coal’s future as power plant fuel. Government has blown

Grid Security

Just a few months ago the nation’s attention was focused almost entirely on the presidential election. More than once during the fall, emails containing unflattering statements by key players in the nomination and election contests were stolen by hackers and made public, with the apparent motive of sowing confusion and undermining Americans’ confidence in the