Thinking solar, part 2

Last Wednesday I was Thinking Solar, and stated that investor confidence may become solar’s highest hurdle. By that I meant investor confidence not only in the local utility (which may be vulnerable to corruption scandals), but also investor confidence in the viability of solar energy itself. When I was researching Wednesday's post I came across many … Continue reading Thinking solar, part 2

Cause and effect Baltimore War on Police Edition

Do you know what happens when you decide to vilify police in a city for political reasons? This: In the past year, the total number of officers is down 118, with 103 fewer officers on neighborhood beats. “You don’t have enough police officers to patrol the streets safely protecting themselves, much less protecting the citizens … Continue reading Cause and effect Baltimore War on Police Edition