Why I Voted “NO” on Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Why I Voted “NO” on Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

From the Blog Why I Voted “NO” on Electric Vehicle Charging Stations 27 APRIL, 2017 Last week the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC), on a vote of 4-1, promulgated an order stating that electric vehicle charging stations (EVCS) will not be regulated in the state...
The Power of Pot

The Power of Pot

From the Blog The Power of Pot 20 APRIL, 2017 The legalization of marijuana has been increasing rapidly across the United States, and with that, it has increased demand for other products, such as Cheetos and surprisingly, electricity. Many farmers prefer to grow...
Range Anxiety: Will You Make it in Time?

Range Anxiety: Will You Make it in Time?

From the Blog Range Anxiety: Will You Make it in Time? 30 MARCH, 2017 Imagine you just ate buffalo chicken wings for an appetizer, a main course of day old crab cakes and broccoli, along with a bowl of 5 alarm chili with extra beans. You washed it down with an...
Missouri:  Stuck in the Middle With You

Missouri: Stuck in the Middle With You

From the Blog Missouri: Stuck in the Middle With You 2 MARCH, 2017 As I was reviewing the latest figures from the US Energy Information Association (EIA) about which states consume and spend the most on electricity per capita, I did what everyone does when they look...
Who Invented Christmas Tree Lights?

Who Invented Christmas Tree Lights?

Who Invented Christmas Tree Lights? 20 DECEMBER, 2016 Have you ever wondered where the tradition began to have Christmas tree lights? Before electric Christmas lights, families would use candles to light up their Christmas trees. This practice was often dangerous and...