Chris Nelder

Rocky Mountain Institute

Guest

Electricity Manager at the Rocky Mountain Institute, an energy think-tank in Boulder, Colorado; host of The Energy Transition Show; co-author of Profit from the Peak: The End of Oil and the Greatest Investment Event of the Century and Investing in Renewable Energy: Making Money on Green Chip Stocks; former columnist for SmartPlanet.com

Chris Nelder on KCRW

It didn't last long, but the fourth largest economy in the world set a kind of record this week for renewable energy.

Is Germany Leading the Way on Green Energy Transition?

It didn't last long, but the fourth largest economy in the world set a kind of record this week for renewable energy.

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A month ago, a gallon of regular gasoline cost an average of $3.30. Now it's $3.75 nationwide — and well over $4 in California. In the winter, gas prices generally go down.

Is $4 Gas the New Normal?

A month ago, a gallon of regular gasoline cost an average of $3.30. Now it's $3.75 nationwide — and well over $4 in California. In the winter, gas prices generally go down.

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Americans are suffering from increased pain at the gas pump, and Republicans are blaming President Obama. What are the real causes of increased gasoline prices?

The Price of Gasoline and the Race for the White House

Americans are suffering from increased pain at the gas pump, and Republicans are blaming President Obama. What are the real causes of increased gasoline prices?

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