Beyond Utility 2.0: Part 4 “Next Steps”

Originally posted at Principles, Structure, and Policies of Energy Democracy Energy democracy can best be described as an electricity system that empowers the individuals and communities that have the energy resources of the 21st century (e.g. wind and solar) to economically benefit from their use. It shares the principles … [continued]

What Do AT&T And Big Oil Have In Common?

By Zana Nesheiwat, Program Associate at Fuel Freedom Foundation When’s the last time you made a long-distance phone call? Do you even notice the difference between local and long-distance charges? Before 1984, only AT&T could sell long-distance telephone service, making a long-distance call to your great aunt cost $3.00 a minute. … [continued]