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WHO WINS AND WHO LOSES AS THE WORLD GOES GREEN?

A NEW BOOK BY DR. GARY SCHWENDIMAN

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Bill Gates on Innovation
Posted on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 by Gary Schwendiman
Bill Gates on Innovation Source: CNBC In The Future of Clean Energy, I invoked Bill Gates as a man to watch if you want to know what the smart guys are doing. Specifically, I suggested that the fact that Gates is in favor of nuclear power and has significantly invested in it should be a word to the wise. Last month, Gates founded the Breakthrough Energy Coalition (http://www.b-t.energy/), a large, ..
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Might Trump’s Presidency Be Good for Clean Energy?
Posted on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 by Gary Schwendiman
Might Trump’s Presidency Be Good for Clean Energy? There’s no doubt about it, the election results signal major changes, and not necessarily predictable ones. Those of us in the Clean Energy space are, of course, concerned (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2016/11/09/trump-victory-reverses-u-s-energy-and-environmental-priorities/?utm_term=.a27e14b4c8f2) that Mr. Trump (https://twitter.com/rea ..
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Virtual Book Tour Slated for October
Posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 by The Clean Energy Team
Virtual Book Tour Slated for October We are pleased to announce that Gary Schwendiman and the book will embark on a 13-stop virtual book tour on October 3rd. Please see below for the details and stay tuned for updates here and on social media... Tour Schedule Monday, October 3 – Guest Blogging at The Writer’s Life (http://thewriterslife.blogspot.com/2016/10/book-feature-future-of-clean-energy-by ..
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Four Reasons Why the Media Must Pay Attention to Clean-Energy Topics
Posted on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 by Gary Schwendiman
Four Reasons Why the Media Must Pay Attention to Clean-Energy Topics It’s an election year and, as often is the case in election years, gas prices at the pump have been going down. But journalists and newsmakers shouldn’t take their eye off the clean-energy ball—it is a crucial, essential, integral issue, no matter what superficial smoothing out might happen in the next couple of months. Here’s why.  ..
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The Future for Tesla?
Posted on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 by Gary Schwendiman
The Future for Tesla?/img/blog/gs-blog-stocks-forecasting.jpg I’m very pleased that my analysis and predictions for Tesla’s stock in Q3 were featured on iknowfirst.com a couple weeks back. Discussions about our energy future tend to focus on global warming, oil reserves, and other primarily environmental issues, but as I made very clear in the book, I firmly believe that economics must be part of the conversation too&mdas ..
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Five Stars from Clarion
Posted on Thursday, July 07, 2016 by Gary Schwendiman
Five Stars from Clarion Considering the years of study, research, and writing that went into producing The Future of Clean Energy, it sometimes feels strange to think that we’re right at the beginning of its life “out in the world.” The good part about it for me is that I get to see all this material, which I’ve been up so close to for so long, through other people’s ..
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Interview on Author Talk with Jay Douglas Barker
Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 by Gary Schwendiman
Interview on Author Talk with Jay Douglas Barker/img/blog/gs-blog-on-air.jpg Author House, publisher of The Future of Clean Energy, has its own radio station, and I was their guest for a brief interview (I clocked it at just over 18 and a half minutes). Listen to an excerpt above, and click here to download the complete interview (http://www.futureofcleanenergy.com/blog/interview-on-author-talk-with-jay-douglas-barker). This was a casual, co ..
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A Nice Endorsement from Kirkus Reviews
Posted on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 by Gary Schwendiman
A Nice Endorsement from Kirkus Reviews/img/blog/gs-blog-review-2.png Kirkus Reviews (https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/gary-schwendiman/future-clean-energy/) evaluate around 7,000 books per year, publishing on the 1st and 15th of each month. They've been at it for over 80 years, and librarians and bookstore owners rely on them when deciding what to add to their collections. Their review of The Future of Clean Energy (https: ..
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Why The Future of Clean Energy is Coming to Atlanta
Posted on Wednesday, April 13, 2016 by Gary Schwendiman
Why The Future of Clean Energy is Coming to Atlanta On April 14-15, I will be attending the 5th Annual International SMR & Advanced Reactor Summit in Atlanta, GA (http://www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/international-smr-advanced-reactor/). Full Disclosure: I wrote the book on the future of clean energy, and I believe that Small Modular Reactor technology is a crucial player in that future. I go into all of this in detail in th ..
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