Tag Archives: Natural Gas

Webinar: Burn Hydrogen At Home?

Why in the world should we be concerned about hydrogen? The answer comes from utility companies and can be summed up in two words: hydrogen blending. Gas companies across the country are proposing to blend hydrogen gas with methane to … Continue reading

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Sticker Shocks Coming?

This is the time of year that many of us get the bad news on prices of such things as health insurance (or Medicare supplements for some), house insurances and of course winter heating fuel.  As you know, insurance rates … Continue reading

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Iowa's Campaign to Stop Nuclear Power

Nuclear Neighborhoods: 11,000 Generations Prepared remarks delivered by Paul Deaton at the Iowa City Public Library on the 68th Anniversary of Hiroshima, Aug. 6, 2013. Thank you Maureen McCue for the kind introduction. I want to recognize some of our … Continue reading

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Iowa Pulls The Plug On Nuclear Power

Pursuit of new nuclear power in Iowa was a bad idea when then governor Tom Vilsack began promoting it, and remains so. MidAmerican Energy’s announcement in the Des Moines Register today, that the utility “has scrapped plans for Iowa’s second … Continue reading

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Major Fleets Converting To Natural Gas

  When we look behind the curtain of bad policies that remain stuck in place by Republican obstruction you will see that companies are gearing up for the future despite what policies are in place. For them, to be behind the … Continue reading

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Frac Sand Mines in Iowa

A friend from the fight against the coal-fired power plants in Waterloo and Marshalltown sent a note about mining companies wanting to move into Iowa to extract silica sand for hydraulic fracturing. There is a lot of silica sand laying … Continue reading

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