Agreement will encompass the development of a microgrid demonstration at EGAT’s zero-emissions energy excellence center...
Courtesy of Union Of Concerned Scientists, The Equation. By Elliott Negin Nuclear power proponents have long been prone to wishful thinking. Back in 1954, Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Lewis Strauss famously predicted that nuclear-generated electricity would ultimately become “too cheap to meter.” Today, nuclear power is among the most expensive forms of electricity. Strauss’s successor at the commission, Nobel laureate Glenn […]
A few days ago, Johnna Crider here at CleanTechnica covered a recent attempt to mislead media and the public about the environmental benefits of EVs. In some ways, the attempt was successful, as German media ate it up. This spread false information, and many in the audience gleefully accepted the false information because it aligned […]
Originally published on Transport & Environment. By Eoin Bannon Europe’s thirst for biodiesel to fuel its cars and trucks has likely wiped out forests the size of the Netherlands since the introduction of the EU’s green fuels law in 2010¹, a new study shows. T&E, who carried out the study, calls on the EU to end support to palm […]
I love seeing the tremendous growth of electric vehicle sales in Europe, which is likely to achieve more than 10% of new car sales being plugin vehicle sales this year, but there is something bittersweet about it. The bitter part is that Europe’s quick EV adoption makes the story in the United States quite a […]
Mobile power generation assets will also secure the electric grid and complement renewables GLASTONBURY,...
The ocean plays a surprising role in fighting COVID-19. With death and infection numbers escalating daily, the World Health Organization has made it clear that countries need to do three things to successfully fight this pandemic: test, test and test
Plastic industry facing a petrochemical vs. circular economy smackdown as COVID-19 outbreak shrinks big plans for natural gas
How far can that invasive airborne coronavirus that shut down much of the world travel? Further, perhaps, if it latches onto some particulates