Investigation of coal supplies for Pandemic Planning reveal most utility companies only keep 30 days of coal on hand and are completely dependant on just-in-time supply chain to mine and ship the coal. An interruption such as a pandemic, train wreck or difficulty mining could turn off electricity in the US.
A sea of unwanted auto imports
Moore: Automakers never listened to workers, consumers
Bill Rees blasts auto industry bailout talk
California officials unveil plans to turn San Francisco into electric car capital
Coming to a store near you: chainless bicycles
The Last Viridian Note
Finite Resources Explain the Financial Crisis
Moore’s Curse and the Great Energy Delusion
A digest of news and commentary from a UK peak oil perspective
The last few months have seen a significant stalling in plans and proposals to build new wind-based power generation. These delays and cancellations have significant implications for two important components of American energy.
Transition: gearing up for the great power-down
Fruit and veg boom needed to feed Britain
Strahan: Letter to the Energy Secretary
Homes with no electric shocks from the bills
U.S. 2008 oil demand to drop most since 1980: EIA
Dirty coal to remain world's top power source: IEA
Study Points to Major Source of Natural Gas in Alaska
Obama will act quickly on climate change: adviser
Japan CO2 hits record
Under a Sooty Exterior, A Green China Emerges
Temperature set to rise by 6C, energy agency warns
Does Natural-Gas Drilling Endanger Water Supplies?
Bolivia holds key to electric car future
Obama Asks Bush to Back Rescue of Automakers
California's car tax may be on the road again
Invest in Australian toll roads? No thanks!
Internet revolution that elected Obama could save Earth: Gore
Obama likely to tackle energy early on
Al Gore group urges Obama to create U.S. power grid