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Breakthrough in Hydrogen Generation – Renewable Energy

Renewable, “Green” energy still remains a bit of a pipe dream.  It will take at least a couple of decades to move from our Petroleum-based economy to something new even if there is a ground-shattering break-through. One of the most promising technologies...

Who is Craig Talking to this weekend

Now we are finally caught up and this Sunday November 20, 2011 we will air our 630 show. Craig will speak with the following people. Malcom Lewis the SVP and General Manager at Spreebird. Craig and Malcom will discuss Social Media and Black Friday and how Websites,...

Who has Craig been talking to…

As you may or may not know, fall weather in New England can throw some curve balls and on Oct 28 we got 24 inches of heavy wet snow. While snow is usually not a problem when the leaves have not fallen — it was. We had no street power or internet for 171 hours....

Poisonous Tree Holds Bio-Fuel Promise

Jatropha curcas, a poisonous, semi-evergreen shrub that can grow as high as 20 feet, produces seeds laden with oil that backers say is an ideal biofuel.  It has already fared well in testing with airlines and trucking companies. Jatropha can provide “environmentally...

China Becomes the World's Largest Energy Consumer in 2010

China became the world’s largest energy consumer in 2010 overtaking the USA during a year which saw the rebound in the global economy drive consumption higher and at a rate not seen since the aftermath of the 1973 oil price shocks. Demand for all forms of energy...