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 2009
Scientests at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory plan to boldly take their network where no computer network has gone before. READ MORE
September 2009
For some innovations, such as calculators and computers, the key to success was in finding a way to make things smaller. The future of concentrated solar power, on the other hand, depends on making the product deliverable on a grand scale. READ MORE
September 2009
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE), Maryland’s largest gas and electric utility, delivering power to more than 1 million electric customers in central Maryland, recently announced an initiative to create one of the most extensive Smart Grids in the nation. The company has filed with the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) for a comprehensive and advanced Smart Grid initiative. READ MORE
September 2009
As the demands of home technology users become more sophisticated, it stands to reason that their use of in-home wiring will change, too. READ MORE
September 2009
As the national dialogue continues about the uses of alternative power, at least four states have added or increased their requirements on utilities for the production of electricity from renewable sources. READ MORE
September 2009
Its recent problems notwithstanding, California continues to light a path to the rest of the nation for policy change. In this case, the path would be lit with a device that uses considerably less power. READ MORE
August 2009
The federal government has released more than half of the money earmarked in the stimulus package for broadband projects. READ MORE
August 2009
When President Barack Obama and Energy Secretary Steven Chu were considering new ways to improve energy efficiency, a light bulb went on in their heads. READ MORE
August 2009
All the recent hype and investment in energy efficiency, renewable power and new technology won’t amount to much without the proper upgrades to our energy infrastructure. Thankfully, the trend points to rapid growth in this dimension, too. READ MORE

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