Archive: Paige Lambermont

Private Space Regulations Have Alarming Ambiguity
Can a global agreement supplant federal regulation, or is space exploration in the U.S. the Wild West?
Paige Lambermont | January 6, 2022
In Defense of Space Billionaires
The ultra-wealthy are going into space, and why that's a good thing
Paige Lambermont | December 3, 2021
Energy Crisis Deepens in the United Kingdom
What’s causing the energy crisis that’s hitting Europe right now?
Paige Lambermont | October 26, 2021
California Energy Decision Rewards Poor Planning
Tensions between state governments in the West are high as heat waves and the peak loads threaten to expose grid vulnerabilities
Paige Lambermont | October 1, 2021
Special Interests are Again Pushing for Biofuel Subsidies
Lobbyists have managed to further imbalance the energy playing field and consumers will front the bill
Paige Lambermont | September 22, 2021
Hydropower Wanes Amid a Dry Year in the American West
A Western drought year spells trouble for the region's usually reliable hydropower
Paige Lambermont | August 10, 2021
For the Spanish Government, A Carbon Price Isn’t Enough
Spain has chosen to pick winners and losers in the energy industry
Paige Lambermont | July 28, 2021
Paige Lambermont | June 8, 2021
New York’s Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant Closes
The state has just made honoring its green energy agreements much more difficult
Paige Lambermont | May 4, 2021
Nuclear Power Would Stabilize the Australian Power Grid
Will the government finally free up the use of this reliable energy source?
Paige Lambermont | February 23, 2021