Daily Archives: January 11, 2022

EU Nations Need EUR500 Billion for New Nuclear Reactors

By Dan Yurman EU Need “Colossal” Amounts of Funding for New Nuclear Reactors to Meet Climate Goals by 2050 France Expects Next Fleet of Reactors to Be Complete by 2035 Czech Republic to Launch Tender for 1200 MWe PWR for Dukovany Construction Begins of Two New Hualong Units at Changjiang and Sanaocun Beloyarsk-4 / Fast…

PODCAST: How long will this energy crunch last?

By Seb Kennedy “Energy prices will keep rising until you get a production response, at which point it will tend to be an over-reaction, or you will start seeing demand destruction, or a response from policymakers — or you could get all three. This is creating the conditions for the subsequent cyclical downturn. Whether it’s…

Cybersecurity resilience is critical to reaching net-zero

By FORESIGHT Contributor Digital transformation in renewables is accelerating the green energy transition, exponentially expanding both the energy sources that can connect to the grid and the avenues for cyberattacks, says Clinton Firth from EY. Smart grids accelerating the green energy transition raise cybersecurity challenges The rapid expansion of renewable energy capacity since 2006 has…

Lithium is the irreplaceable element of electrification

By FORESIGHT Contributor Lithium demand is set to rocket in the coming years massively outstripping supply. Investments need to be made in lithium production today for it to match the world’s needs and to become more environmentally friendly, says Ernie Ortiz, president of Lithium Royalty Corp. Lithium is the technology of choice for battery-powered mobility….

I Like Smoke & Lightning, Heavy Metal Thunder, Part 2

By John Benson This paper is the second in a series about the metals industrial subsector, how these industries use energy and how they are evolving. There are several pieces of new news regarding the iron/steel and aluminum sectors in this industry. These will be covered in this part. Click headline for full article Read…

Ocean Grazer launches “infinitely scalable” ocean battery

By Joshua S Hill Dutch start-up makes splash at 2022 Consumer Electronics Show with its “infinitely scalable” Ocean Battery energy storage system that sits on the seafloor. The post Ocean Grazer launches “infinitely scalable” ocean battery appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

North American Prospect Expo

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