What Bloom Energy's growth means for Del. manufacturing (Karl Baker)

These tidbits from the quarterly earnings call shed little additional light on Bloom Energy's opeations in Delaware or financial prospects. Read More…

Officials propose election reforms (Scott Goss)

One-sided arguments are being offered for election process "reforms," which Democratic leaders hope to get enacted in coming "weeks." Read More…

Carney seeks more ed funding (Scott Goss)

Here's a classic example of how government grows. New needs are defined and funded - no thought is given to offsetting economies in other areas. Read More…

We support border security, but not wall (Sen. Tom Carper et al.)

Delaware members team up on a column blaming the current government shutdown on the president for refusing to take "no" for an answer on his border barrier proposal. Read More…

Bloom Energy defends deal as Delaware considers new permit application (Karl Baker)

Bloom Energy is seeking a permit to replace fuel cells at electric power generation facilities operated pursuant to authorization by the Public Service Commission. It’s unclear how Delawareans will be affected by the proposed project, and Bloom didn’t shed much light on the subject at the public hearing conducted by DNREC on 1/10/19.

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Let's make it easier for Delawareans to vote (Gov. John Carney)

In making the case for same day registration, early voting, etc., Governor Carney exaggerates the importance of voter turnout (per se) and ignores the negatives. Read More…
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