America can only be served by forward-looking, smart plans. America is certainly not served by the proudly stupid, people who should not be rewarded for their ignorance, much less elected to Congress.
Last month, VentureBeat Executive Editor Owen Thomas kicked off Tigercomm’s Expert Communicators Series with a wide-ranging discussion about social media, energy, and cleantech...Today, we condense Thomas’s four tips for pitching people like him.
T. Boone’s Flip-Flop on Wind: Need for RES, Grid Upgrades, and a Memo to Gas Industry That Fracking Is a Dead End
George Allen’s front group is a PR firm masquerading as a non-profit policy center. It advocates “a future of abundant, affordable and reliable sources of American energy,” as opposed to “expensive, imported and highly regulated energy.” What does that mean, exactly?
Advocates of clean energy would not generally characterize Dominion Virginia Power as one of the “good guys.” In fact, I think it’s fair to say that many, if not most, of us think of this company -- with its overwhelming reliance on coal and nuclear-powered plants -- as unlikely to be interested in a “Virginia Offshore Wind Integration Study.”