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Energy Cache aspired to develop cost effective grid-scale energy storage technology. The company's extremely low-cost energy storage solution aimed to improve grid reliability, better manage the transmission network, and enable wide-spread adoption of renewable energy at the lowest possible cost to consumers.
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Energy Cache's founder discusses the reduced technology risk, ease of siting and outstanding economics of their solution. Read article >
Why Hubbert's Peak May Not Happen, and Why That Misses the Point
I was asked by one of the executives at Idealab to comment on today's Wall Street Journal essay by Daniel Yergin, entitled "There Will Be Oil". I'm currently reading his book, The Prize now; unfortunately, I thought very little of his essay. Here's what I wrote: Read article >
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