Author Archives: Sarah Hunt

Author Archives: Sarah Hunt

  • Energy Innovation: A Key to All of the Above Jobs image

    Energy Innovation: A Key to All of the Above Jobs

    Conservative clean energy innovation that focuses on clean coal, nuclear, and hydro power is, “an economic opportunity, a huge job creator,” says conservative businessman Jay Faison.

  • Solar Panels, from Sea to Shining Sea? image

    Solar Panels, from Sea to Shining Sea?

    Whether or not a grand southern border wall solar installation can pay for itself through electricity sales is difficult to predict in the absence of clear, specific proposals and construction plans.

  • Climate Change: Who is in Denial, and About What? image

    Climate Change: Who is in Denial, and About What?

    President Trump’s nominees consistently stated climate change represents a risk; it is not a hoax; human activity contributes; the United States should be part of the conversation about global policy responses.

  • All of the Above Jobs image

    All of the Above Jobs

    "All of the Above Jobs" can create prosperity and improve environmental quality.

  • Everything is Coming Up Battery Storage image

    Everything is Coming Up Battery Storage

    Energy innovation has an equivalent of singularity: the day when affordable, scalable, reliable battery storage technology collides with intermittent generation sources like wind and solar to stabilize the availability of…

  • The Next Zero-Emission Energy Innovation: Coal? image

    The Next Zero-Emission Energy Innovation: Coal?

    Whether or not NetPower’s bold effort in energy innovation will pay off is a big, big if, but if it does, coal may well be positioned to become the zero-emission, zero-carbon power of choice world-wide.

  • While You Were Regulating, the Market was Busy Saving the Planet image

    While You Were Regulating, the Market was Busy Saving the Planet

    Clean Power Plan fallout coupled with lessons from energy innovation successes ought to inspire policymakers to seek actual fixes to our environmental challenges instead of needlessly expand the regulatory state.