Invalid Login

Please enter your username and password


Samantha Solomon

Samantha Solomon

Editor-in-Chief, Commodities

Samantha Solomon is committed to excellence in the publishing industry. She kicked off her career as a writer in 2008, and quickly moved up to covering energy and infrastructure for the federal government. Her writing has earned several honors, including an Award of Merit and an Award of Excellence from the Society for Technical Communication for her work on the Clean Energy Ministerial website, and a Certificate of Appreciation from the U.S. Department of Defense for her work with the Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council. Samantha has experience managing a variety of publications across multiple countries and platforms. She earned a Masters in Writing from The Johns Hopkins University.


August 2015

Obama Clears the Way for Clean Power

By - August 25, 2015

Learn how Obama’s Clean Power Plan will benefit the renewable energy sector, particularly solar and wind power producers.

Read More

Bearing the Weight of the Clean Power Plan

By - August 18, 2015

The Clean Power Plan is a huge step towards addressing climate change on the domestic level, but can our industry survive it?

Read More

Shedding Light on Obama’s Clean Power Plan

By - August 11, 2015

Obama’s recently released Clean Power Plan establishes some lofty goals, but how exactly will they be reached? Get the specifics.

Read More

Lots of Heat, Little Light Emerges From GOP Debate

By - August 10, 2015

The first GOP primary debate produced a mélange of shocking quotes and viral clips. Here are some highlights from the big night.

Read More

Should You Really Own the Dollar?

By - August 8, 2015

Commodity prices are weak and the dollar is strong. But that will all change soon…

Read More

Be Aware, Be Prepared

By - August 6, 2015

The global commodities market isn’t looking good. Find out what you can do to prepare yourself for the coming hard times.

Read More

Ebola Vaccine Trial Is 100% Successful

By - August 4, 2015

None of the 4,000 Guineans given a new vaccine have contracted Ebola. Experts say this is the end of the epidemic in Africa.

Read More