Always precise, never pedantic.
In a highly divided and partisan world, it is my intent to provide an even-handed view of the rapidly converging worlds of energy, technology and broadband.
– Steve Heins
The Weekly Word
The Weekly Word: Pipeline spills and the religion of environmentalism; November 25, 2017 On this week’s installment of The Weekly Word with professor Stephen Heins, climate change and environmentalism are discussed. [...]
The Weekly Word: National Parks partnership with oil and gas, plus Bakken feedstock In this week’s installment of The Weekly Word, Professor Heins checks in from Baltimore, MD, where [...]
Weekly Word: Heins talks Lancet Report; October 29, 2017 After reading the recently published Lancet Report for the first time, I am struck by a few thoughts: The narrative [...]
Thought Piece Now that the anti-fracking movement has become a political science choir of enormous size and funding, it is hard to pass them off as being just well-meaning. [...]
Though Piece Every time I revisit this 2012 list, it seems quite small compared to the latest headlines of “scientific” studies with a climate change bias. Some of us [...]
Thought Piece The McCarthy/McCabe Op-Ed piece seems just too political, too silo-thinking, too simplistic, too parochial, and too eco-religious for an adult audience. Where is the discussion about national [...]
It is with great honor and enthusiasm that I recommend Stephen Heins as a hard working researcher and gifted writer. While I have known Stephen for only about six months, I’ve read many of his works and have been engaged in numerous great discussions with him on matters involving energy, the environment and the internet. Read More
I am pleased to recommend Stephen Heins as a researcher and writer. As a former commissioner on the Maryland Public Service Commission and current senior administrative law judge with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, I am most familiar with Mr. Heins’ work in the energy field. Read More
I’ve known Steve Heins for at least 5 years and can say without a doubt that he a gentleman of the first order: always professional and always respectful, even if he disagrees with your perspective. Read More
Heins believes he has the answer to most questions, but even when he does not, he is never in doubt and expresses his position with clarity and humor. He attracts his audience with an attention getting device, engages it with thoughtful comments and examples… Read More