A warm welcome to the wonderful world of Wattson Wisdom. I, Wattson, will be your guide to all things electric in this recurring feature on the Infinite Energy blog.
Floridians for Solar Choice cleared an important hurdle when its Florida solar power ballot initiative was ruled by the state Supreme Court to be unambiguous and single-subject.
It’s been a while since we last changed our website, and we were ready to bring it up to speed for 2015.
Greetings, gas fans. Therman here, ready with more answers to your questions about all things gaseous. Be sure to send me your queries at Marketing@InfiniteEnergy.com.
A warm welcome to the wonderful world of Wattson Wisdom. I, Wattson, will be your guide to all things electric in this new recurring feature on the Infinite Energy blog. I say, this blogging thing
Floridians for Solar Choice, a grassroots organization working to place a solar energy initiative on the state’s 2016 ballot, is using the power of digital media to spread its message.
Weather patterns and structural changes in power markets in the eastern United States signaled considerably higher natural gas usage for the first half of the year.
A group known as Floridians for Solar Choice is circulating a petition to allow a referendum on a state constitutional amendment allowing solar energy collection and sale to Florida residents and
Greetings, gas fans. Therman here. Time to answer some of the many questions I get as mascot of Infinite Energy. Yes, I read them all, and thanks for keeping those texts and emails pouring in.
Infinite Energy customers use electricity in all kinds of useful ways in their homes and workplaces. But now there’s a strong push underway to bring electric power to the American road.
There are two ways of measuring electricity usage that may affect your utility delivery charges: consumption and demand. Consumption refers to how much electricity you used over the meter-read