The push towards a more sustainable future requires various key minerals to build the infrastructure of the green economy. However, the U.S. is heavily reliant on nonfuel mineral imports causing potential vulnerabilities in the nation's supply chai
Look carefully at the chart above. What do you see?
According to a report published earlier this year, most utility consumers are NOT signing up for Time-of-Use (TOU) billing programs, which penalize consumers for using energy during "peak demand" hours. This being the case, some American utiliti
America was once a country that built stuff. Previous generations of Americans constructed the greatest highways, bridges, railroads, ports, dams and water systems that anyone had ever seen.
Update (1919ET): Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro will declare a "disaster declaration" on Monday to tap federal funds to rebuild a bridge on Interstate 95 in Northeast Philadelphia that was destroyed by a tanker fire, according to NBC 10.
Amtrak's new high-speed trains have been delayed again because the tracks they're supposed to run on are too old and busted
EMERGENCY BROADCAST: Globalists Set Stage for False Flags Against Power Grids as Americans Endure Collapsing Dollar & Food Supply ?" TUESDAY FULL SHOW 05/31/23
Brighteon Broadcast News, May 8, 2023 - BLACKOUTS COMING - US Energy Commissioner warns of "system-wide, extensive power outages" ahead
A summary of how other systems of infrastructure (like roadways, water, sewer, and telecommunications) depend on electricity and how long each system could last under total blackout conditions.
Former FCC Attorney Reports Agency Does NOT Follow Environmental Laws or Protect the Public in re Telecom Infrastructure (Article, Video)
How a nuclear blast in the upper atmosphere could disable the power grid.
The United States has recently experienced numerous high-profile incidents involving the destruction of critical infrastructure, including fires at warehouses and food processing plants, and other events impacting the nation's food, water and energ
Another Norfolk Southern freight train has derailed in Ohio.
Lest discuss the warnings of PJM Interconnect, the operator of the nation's largest competitive market for electricity.
The U.S. has been tracking train derailments since 1975, and since then, we've averaged about 1704 derailments per year. Most of these aren't disasters, just annoyances that spill coal, grain, or gravel; and tie up traffic for a while.