It's amazing how important energy is in our daily lives, in all its various forms. Not only does energy give the earth life, energy is the conduit in which humans think and create. An idea that once started out as thought, energy can be transformed into something real which can become greater than the original thought itself. We have witnessed this in countless inventions. Come explore this "powerful" realm where we have harnessed energy into something greater than itself.
In Washington, similar to the wilds of the earth, there also exists an alpha-male hierarchy and the battle is raging. Which candidate’s energy policy will prove to be the fittest and promote him to ‘energy alpha-male’? Published 5:03 p.m. July 27, 2012 - Comments
Does your business consume significant amounts of electricity? Learn about how companies are being paid to reduce electric power consumption and the benefits of doing so. Published 11:03 p.m. July 19, 2012 - Comments
Mike Jaeger's column, Greater than Energy (">Energy") can be found under the Health and Science area of the Washington Times Communities and he has been writing this column since July of 2012. He occasionally writes pieces on economics and ...Read More
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Mike Jaeger's column, Greater than Energy (">Energy") can be found under the Health and Science area of the Washington Times Communities and he has been writing this column since July of 2012. He occasionally writes pieces on economics and politics as well. He has expertise in energy, energy markets and energy production and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Science and Technology in Nuclear Engineering Technology.