Daily Archives: September 13, 2018

The Energy Show: Climate Change – Time To Start Panicking

By Frank Andorka The Energy Show: By Barry Cinnamon These days you can’t watch TV, read a news story or listen to the radio without seeing catastrophic fires, hurricanes, and high temperatures. The world is getting hotter. To illustrate, Death Valley recorded the hottest month ever recorded on Earth. Temperatures averaged 108.1 degrees day and…

DNV GL Predicts Global Energy Demand To Peak In 2035

By Joshua S Hill The world’s energy demand is expected to decline from 2035 onward, according to global quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL, which published its most recent Energy Transition Outlook 2018 recently, and which predicts that this will result in a reshaping of energy investment trends. Read Full Article Here For…

Two-thirds of U.S. states have at least one utility-scale solar project

By Kelly Pickerel According to a new report from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the utility-scale market will continue leading U.S. solar growth for at least another six years. Two-thirds of all states, representing all regions of the country, are now home to one or more utility-scale solar projects. This “Utility-Scale Solar” report—the sixth in…

Hyundai Teases Its Fuel Cell Truck Ahead Of IAA Debut

By Blagojce Krivevski Hyundai Motor today presented a first look at a render image of a new truck with fuel cell powertrain which is set to be launched in 2019. After the ix35 Fuel Cell and the NEXO, Hyundai presents yet another milestone for its leadership in fuel cell technology with the presentation of the…

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