Daily Archives: June 9, 2023

If it’s not open warfare, it’s collusive lawfare.

By [Energy Central] Paul Driessen The Biden Administration continues waging war on fossil fuels, aided by environmentalists, politicians, and corporations chasing subsidies, competitive advantages, power and profits. They want to “fundamentally transform” America’s energy and economic systems, prevent “climate cataclysms,” and ensure “environmental justice” for some (by inflicting.. Read Full Article Here For more great…

Saudi Arabia’s Request for US Help with Its Nuclear Program

By [Energy Central] Dan Yurman This week Saudi Arabia repeated this week its request for US assistance with its commercial nuclear power program during a visit by US Sec. of State Blinken. There are a lot of moving pieces in this puzzle. What follows is an exercise in thinking about the request and some of…

General Motors Joins Forces with Tesla to Adopt Superchargers, Setting New Standard for EV Charging in the US

By [Energy Central] waleed hammouda In a groundbreaking move, General Motors (GM) announced its collaboration with Tesla to adapt its electric vehicles (EVs) to Tesla’s Supercharger network. This partnership, following Ford’s recent decision, marks a significant milestone in the electric vehicle industry and is expected to establish Tesla’s Superchargers as the de facto standard for…

Transatlantic research cooperation between Enel Foundation and the U.S. Italy Fulbright Commission takes flight

By [Energy Central] ENEL Foundation Contributor The long lasting collaboration between Enel Foundation and the Fulbright Commission has taken flight, with two different research cooperation programs becoming operational in these days. In the institutional setting of the FULLBRIGHT ANNUAL MEETING hosted by the Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale (MAECI), Enel Foundation and…

Powering Change: Critical Trends in the Global Energy Landscape

By [Energy Central] Sherine Ibrahim The global energy landscape is under swift, dynamic change. Multifaceted efforts are underway to counter climate change, reduce emissions, and improve energy security. Our exploration into the latest energy-related topics of global importance, guided by data from the International Energy Agency, World Bank, United Nations, and National Renewable Energy Laboratory,…

EPC Contract and Project Management Summit, 16th-17th November 2023 Lisbon, Portugal

By [Energy Central] Richard Green The Annual Global EPC Contract and Project Management Conference is the world’s Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) industry summit for thought leadership and networking in the contract and project Management domain. At this conference, we explore various topics related to EPC contracts and project management. We discuss best practices in…

GM, Tesla, and Ford: What’s Next for Interoperability?

The Combined Charging System (CCS) is a go-to standard for many electric vehicles in the US. Recently, Ford and GM announced they would adopt the North American Charging Standard (NACS). NACS is an electric vehicle charging standard developed by Tesla and used on all North American market Tesla vehicles since 2012. As one of the…

The solution to global warming and the global economy

By [Energy Central] Jim Baird 93% of the heat of global warming is going into the ocean. This heat can be partially converted to work and the balance sent to deep water where it provides a 226 year climate hiatus. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best…

Hercules

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Hercules Hydrogen Networks https://www.h2ercules.com/ Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy & climate

Rolls-Royce Spectre concludes global testing programme with meticulous Lifestyle Analysis

By Blagojce Krivevski Rolls-Royce’s all-electric super coupé, Spectre, has now concluded an historic and unique undertaking: a 2.5-million-kilometre testing programme simulating more than 400 years of use. In the most demanding development process in the marque’s 119-year history, Spectre has endured temperatures ranging from -40°C to +50°C, and in conditions spanning from Arctic snow and…

GM CEO Mary Barra hints at Ultium Chevy Bolt in near future

In an NPR interview discussing the move to NACS charging, GM CEO Mary Barra hinted at something we here at Electrek have been jonesin’ for – a Chevy Bolt with an Ultium battery. A Boltium ?! Let’s discuss… more… The post GM CEO Mary Barra hints at Ultium Chevy Bolt in near future appeared first…

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