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

April 2012
As the global population grows and its energy use expands, consumers, policy-makers and utilities look to city leadership for models of effective program planning, design and implementation that help tackle the challenges that accompany expansion. Planners and providers will be scrambling to accommodate an additional 2.7 billion people in the world’s cities by 2050. READ MORE
April 2012
Innovation and support, both popular and political, have helped make renewables more competitive than at any other time in their history. Still, cost is the biggest stumbling block for businesses and homeowners who want to retrofit their property with energy-efficient power. In this environment, incentives abound, and one utility recognizes their importance. READ MORE
April 2012
Wireless has rapidly emerged as the predominant communication technology in the digital age. It has redefined the way we connect to the Internet, our devices and each other, giving an entirely new meaning to the concept of independence. READ MORE
March 2012
While the economy may be down, enthusiasm for renewable power is not. In fact, investment in renewable-energy projects is on an upward trend and expected to continue in that direction. READ MORE
March 2012
Nothing is sacred in the digital age. Innovation is the driving principle. The operating mindset is to strive for quality, speed and efficiency. Along those lines, it was only a matter of time before the Internet set its sights on the TV. Despite all the technological advances and new devices that have entered our lives, a TV is still a must-have. READ MORE
March 2012
The hallmark of the cellular revolution is the ability to do so many things on the go. Smartphones have given an entirely new meaning to being mobile. In this sense, being mobile doesn’t just mean checking bank accounts or sending an email from a phone. On a more basic level, it means doing these (and so many other things) without being tethered to a stationary device. READ MORE
March 2012
A tornado is about to hit Kansas. Not the kind that sent Dorothy and Toto to Oz, but one that would get them onto the Internet lightning fast. READ MORE
March 2012
Just as the smart grid is helping utilities manage energy transmission, online technology is also helping homeowners manage their energy use. READ MORE
March 2012
With all the popular support and government subsidies that renewable power enjoys in the United States, it seems that it would only be a matter of time before they completely take over the nation’s energy markets. In fact, with all of the hype that has accompanied the trend, some might even be forgiven for thinking that they already have. READ MORE

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