Energy Warfare

October 4, 2022

Two undersea leaks that began in the Russian-owned Nord Stream gas pipelines on Monday were likely caused by powerful underwater explosions, according to Swedish and Danish seismographic data. It is ‘very clear from the seismic record that these are blasts,’ Björn Lund, director of the Swedish National Seismic Network at Uppsala University told NPR in […]

EV Chargers Set to Be Deployed on America’s Highways

September 28, 2022

The Biden administration said yesterday it has now approved funding for all 50 states, DC and Puerto Rio to start accessing so-called NEVI funding to deploy electric vehicle charging infrastructure along public roads to establish an interconnected network. “This will now allow all states to have access to FY’22/FY’23 NEVI funding which should total in […]

President Joe Biden Announces Initial Phase of Funding for Electric Vehicle Charger Programs Across 35 States

September 15, 2022

On Wednesday, September 14, 2022, Joe Biden announced the first wave of funding for EV charger programs across 35 states. Throughout Biden’s time in office, he has been an immense advocate for EV chargers. Biden and his administration have put together $135 billion dollars into the EV charger movement. These programs incentivize customers and manufacturers […]

Eversource MA Announced Large C&I Electricity Rates Top 40 cents/kWh in December

August 24, 2022

New rate filings by Eversource with the Massachusetts DPU for Large C&I customers are more than double for the same periods last year, following significant increases in the cost of natural gas in New England over the past 9 months. The announced rates are as follows: Large C&I in SEMA: Oct: $0.21053 Nov: $0.28610 Dec: […]

Demand for Electricity in the United States May Double in 20 Years

August 19, 2022

According to speakers at this week’s Energy Transition Leaders Summit in Aspen, Colorado, the consumption of electricity is likely to double in the coming years. Piper Sandler, the summit’s host, said that many leaders think the electricity consumption could double in 20 years and stagnate for another decade afterward. Sandler also noted that this meeting […]

Supreme Court Issues Ruling in West Virginia vs. EPA, Stripping the Ability of the EPA to Restrict The Pollution of Power Plants

June 30, 2022

Back in 2015, the Obama Administration created the Clean Power Plan (CPP), which had the support of Protect our Winters (POW). Under the guidance of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the CPP required states to reduce the CO2 pollution from coal and transition into cleaner energy production in the U.S. When the Trump Administration took […]

With Freeport LNG delayed, Natural Gas Prices Have Dropped 12%

Natural gas prices are on the trajectory to drop down to their lowest price in twelve weeks. Prices currently are down 12% at 5.693/mmBtu. This is because of the explosion that happened at the Freeport LNG facility in Texas on June 8th. This explosion has hindered production ever since then, and many fear that this […]

National Grid Announces Industrial Basic Service Rates in Massachusetts for August, September, and October

June 22, 2022

On June Tuesday 21st, 2022, National Grid announced its new service rates for August, September, and October. These new rates, which are roughly double the current rate, are slotted in at 23 cents per kWh for August, 21 cents per kWh for September, and 20 cents per kWh for October.

Natural Gas Prices Continue to Plummet After Freeport Announces Delay in Operations

June 14, 2022

Natural gas prices have dropped 17% to $7.251/mmBtu after Freeport LNG announced that they will not be back to being fully operational until the end of 2022. Freeport LNG is the second-largest in the nation in exports of LNG. Freeport LNG made this announcement in an email following last week’s explosion and fire to their […]

Increase in U.S. LNG Exports to Europe Within First Four Months of 2022

June 7, 2022

Throughout the first four months of 2022, the United States has exported 74% of its liquefied natural gas supply to Europe. Last year, the annual average the U.S. exported to Europe was 34%. In 2020 and 2021, Asia has been the primary destination for LNG exported from the U.S. Since December 2021, Europe has been […]