Daily Archives: November 18, 2022

Building Sustainability Into the EV Battery Supply Chain

By [Energy Central] Jane Marsh Building sustainability into the EV battery supply chain will require action from automakers and suppliers, as well as greater adoption of new technologies. These supplies rely on raw-materials mining that is harmful to the environment and utilizes unethical labor practices. The supply chain needs to shift to more sustainable batteries…

‘Fit for 57’?

By [Energy Central] FORESIGHT Contributor From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Policy Dispatch is a podcast all about the policies that underpin the global energy transition. The European Commission’s climate chief Frans Timmermans said before leaving to COP27 that the EU’s emissions reduction target “can be increased to 57%”. This news came as EU legislators concluded…

Decarbonising Steel | Shell

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Steel is the world’s most important engineering and construction material. Used in buildings, cars, ships, trains and tools, it appears in every area of modern life. Unsurprisingly, the world has developed a considerable appetite for it. Over the past 50 years, annual demand has tripled and is expected to reach…

13 torri eoliche da 250 metri a Tuscania: basta con l’occupazione del suolo più sacro #ITA

By National Wind Watch Tredici aerogeneratori alti 250 metri, elettrodotti, opere connesse, per una potenza complessiva pari a 33,6 MW. Appare evidente che l’Italia voglia consegnarsi alle lobby internazionali dell’eolico, arrendendosi senza condizioni all’annunciata occupazione del territorio nazionale. Territori e Paesaggi che rappresentano un bene culturale anche economico, unico e riconosciuto universalmente, però fragile ed…

Crane failure has delayed Scotland’s Seagreen wind project #SCT

By National Wind Watch The UK-based utility company SSE has announced in its half-year reports that its flagship Seagreen offshore wind project has been delayed due to “crane failure”. SSE had to fork out £57 million in costs relating to the delay of its offshore wind project after an incident involving the Saipem 7000 installation…

Proposed west Clare windfarm is refused fast-track planning #IRL

By National Wind Watch A windfarm development proposed for a site in west Clare will not be fast-tracked, An Bord Pleanála has decided. Whitebeam Renewables had made a case to allow plans for six turbines, an energy storage unit and a substation to go directly to the board, under the provisions of the Strategic Infrastructure…

Video Friday: Little Robot, Big Stairs

Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your friends at IEEE Spectrum robotics. We also post a weekly calendar of upcoming robotics events for the next few months. Please send us your events for inclusion. CoRL 2022 : 14–18 December 2022, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND Enjoy today’s videos!Brought to you by:…

Tesla issues another ‘recall’ that is fixed with software update

Tesla issued another “safety recall,” a term the company doesn’t like because the recall didn’t require a physical recall of the 30,000 vehicles affected. An over-the-air software update was the fix. more…. The post Tesla issues another ‘recall’ that is fixed with software update appeared first on Electrek.Brought to you by: EV Driven Read Full…

Stecker-Solargerät: Norm-Entwurf lässt Streitpunkte offen

By Andreas Witt Ein DKE-Arbeitsgremium hat den Ent­wurf einer Produktnorm für Stecker-Photovoltaik-Systeme vorgelegt. Damit ist aber noch nicht der Streit entschieden, ob problemlos auch ein normaler Schuko-Stecker Verwendung finden darf. Foto: Maryana / stock.adobe.com Read Full Article Here For more great articles: RSS Solar News

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