Rick Laezman

Freelance Writer

Rick Laezman is a Los Angeles-based freelancer writer. He has a passion for renewable power. He may be reached at richardlaezman@msn.com.

Articles by Rick Laezman

October 2014
The fight against greenhouse gases takes commitments from all industries, if for no other reason than their emissions can be traced to so many different sources.
 Recognizing the role of the built environment and their own industry in this equation, the world’s architects have made their own commitment to help reverse the trend.
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October 2014
We live in an era when electrical power is mostly indispensable. Electricity touches almost every aspect of our daily lives and drives even mundane tasks.
 With that dependency comes the need for reliability. In short, having a consistent flow of electricity to the home or office has become a necessity that most of us can no longer do without.
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September 2014
The evolution of lighting technology is touching every aspect of society. Smart technology and alternative sources of energy are similarly expanding their reach, leading to a range of innovations even in street lighting.
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September 2014
The modern movement toward more sustainable-energy practices has touched almost every aspect of our daily lives. From renewable power to electric vehicles (EVs), few of these changes have gone unnoticed, and the trend affects almost everyone in one way or another.
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September 2014
Like so many innovations of the digital age, electric vehicles (EVs) promise to transform the way we do seemingly mundane things, such as driving a car.
 One of the other miracles of modern technology is its ability to stretch its impact beyond the ordinary things for which it was intended. In this regard, EVs are no exception.
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September 2014
It’s been said before that all politics are local. Recently, local leaders took that adage and applied it to the pursuit for a new energy society.
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September 2014
In July, the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC) for the electrical industry announced a name change to the Electrical Training Alliance (ETA). As the first step in a structural reorganization, the transformation reflects a number of changes, although the mission, goals and objectives remain essentially the same. READ MORE
September 2014
Almost everyone agrees that saving energy is the right thing to do. Talking about it is one thing, but actually doing it is completely different.
 Four utilities in Minnesota have discovered that their customers are up to the task. More important, they have learned that voluntary programs that encourage their customers to save power really do make a difference.
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September 2014
Less than one year after raising the ire of solar-power advocates by imposing feed-in tariffs on homeowners with rooftop installations, the Arizona Public Service Co. has come up with a completely different proposal that is likely to generate just as much opposition.
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