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5 Ways Electric Vehicles Can Help the Grid

By: Constance Douris, Contributor   A recent analysis from Bloomberg suggested electric vehicles could account for half of all new cars sold by 2040. An increase...

Tesla Joins a Growing Trend: Electric Buses and Trucks

By Constance Douris, Contributor The Tesla Semi, an electric heavy-duty truck, was unveiled last week. Tesla plans to begin production in 2019, and two customers already are...

AHI, Lexington Institute Host Greece’s National Defense Chief for Policy Discussion 

WASHINGTON, DC — Lexington Institute, a nonprofit public-policy think tank, in cooperation with the American Hellenic Institute (AHI) hosted a high-level policy luncheon discussion for...

The Bottom Line On Electric Cars: They’re Cheaper To Own

Constance Douris, CONTRIBUTOR   The price of electric vehicles is coming down, but they still look expensive compared with many gasoline-powered cars. That comparison, though, is misleading....

Balancing Smart Grid Data and Consumer Privacy

By: Constance Douris, Contributor Lexington Institute   Technologies on the electric grid allow for two-way communication and the transfer of data between utilities and customers. Information from...

California Approves Pilot Program For More Reliable Electricity

By: Constance Douris, Lexington Institute Demand is increasing on the nation’s electric grid and electricity shortages, power quality problems, rolling blackouts and electricity price increases...

China’s Growing Economic Role In Greece and Europe Could Create Security Problems For America

By Constance Baroudos, M.A. Lexington Institute China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative aims to develop a string of ports, logistics hubs and other infrastructure from Asia...

Chaos in Libya: The Rising ISIS Threat to Europe

By Constance Baroudos The Islamic State, also known as ISIS, poses a threat to European security as demonstrated by the terrorist attacks in Paris and...

Souda Bay: NATO’s Military Gem in the Eastern Mediterranean

Daniel Gouré, Ph.D. Lexington Institute Executive Summary The Middle East is afire, Russia is on the march and France, the United Kingdom, the United States and dozens...

ISIS Is Getting Too Close To Europe, Time to Respond

Constance Baroudos, M.A. Lexington Institute The Islamic State, also known as ISIS, has increased its presence in Libya, a formerly wealthy oil state on the Mediterranean,...

The European Reassurance Initiative Is A Smart Response to Urgent Threats

By: Constance Baroudos Lexington Institute    As security threats increase in Europe, NATO must show it stands behind each of its members. President Barack Obama quadrupled funding...

Greece Struggles To Right Economy As Refugee Influx Adds to Woes

By Constance Baroudos, M.A. Lexington Institute   The two major achievements of European integration, the common currency and the free movement of people, are in danger —...

Greece Has A Long History of Defending the West

 by Constance Baroudos, M.A. Only five of 28 NATO members meet the alliance goal of dedicating two percent of gross domestic product to defense: the...

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