Robert Thornton Discusses IDEA’s 2015 Conference

Robert Thornton

Constant Demand and Constant Supply In the United States, we have enjoyed the luxury of consistent energy flow. However, mass power loss is something many parts of the world experience on a regular basis. Storms like Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy, really emphasized our need to focus on the future of energy. Energy remains a […]

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Recycling Rare Earth Metals: What Does China Know That We Don’t?

Sponsored by Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority What Are They & Why Do They Matter? Rare earth metals are actually not rare in and of themselves but tend to be present with other compounds in very small quantities. Rare earth metals are used for a myriad of reasons including electronics, fuel cells, fiber optics, magnets, […]

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How Economically Viable Is Natural Gas?

Sponsored by Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center Not A Renewable Source According to the EPA, “natural gas is defined as a fossil fuel formed when layers of buried plants and animals are exposed to intense heat and pressure over thousands of years. The energy that the plants and animals originally obtained from the sun […]

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