Daily Archives: October 24, 2023

Nature Intervenes – An opportunity for real climate science.

By [Energy Central] Ed Reid Originally published here. Nature has intervened in the climate change narrative in a major way with the eruption of the Hunga-Tonga (HT) volcano on the South Pacific seabed. The eruption has experienced minimal exposure in the media because it did not result in major loss of life or property damage….

Creating the Hydrogen Economy Energy Equation

By [Energy Central] Paul McCormack My current research and development work is focused on creating a new energy equation for the hydrogen economy, developing an approach and formula that represents the true economic, community and environmental cost of energy with the key aspects of energy production, consumption, and efficiency within a hydrogen-based energy system. This…

Unlocking clean Hydrogen in the US Gulf | McKinsey

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Unlocking clean Hydrogen in the US Gulf | McKinsey Clean hydrogen’s versatility and scalability could be the game changer in the USGC’s journey to net zero. To establish the area as the hydrogen hub, it has to create demand in four critical sectors: ammonia, which offers the highest potential for…

Aftermath

By [Energy Central] John Benson I’m an optimist, and I believe we will chart a path in the next decade that will take us to net-zero greenhouse gas emitted by humans at some point thereafter. However, there are probably hundreds to thousands of potential paths. Shouldn’t we take path(s) that make life better for humans,…

New York investing in nearly 1.5 GW of state solar projects

By Billy Ludt New York State plans to invest in renewable energy projects across the state and off its shores, resulting in 6.4 GW of clean energy, enough to power 2.6 million New York homes, create 8,300 jobs and deliver approximately 12% of the state’s electricity needs. This renewable energy investment is set to be…

New York invests in 4 GW of additional offshore wind projects

By WPED Staff New York State plans to invest in renewable energy projects across the state and off its shores, resulting in 6.4 GW of clean energy, enough to power 2.6 million New York homes, create 8,300 jobs and deliver approximately 12% of the state’s electricity needs. This renewable energy investment is set to be…

Four new models signal INFINITI product renaissance

By Blagojce Krivevski INFINITI today announced plans to launch four new models as part of a comprehensive range refresh, signaling a product renaissance. In pursuit of its goal to electrify the majority of its global lineup by 2030, INFINITI unveiled a sleek, all-electric fastback sedan concept, the Vision Qe and teased an advanced all-electric SUV….

INFINITI Vision Qe previews stunning vision of electric future

By Blagojce Krivevski INFINITI today unveiled the Vision Qe concept, a stunning preview of the brand’s electrified future. The concept, revealed at an event alongside Tokyo Bay, embodies INFINITI’s evolved design language and sets the tone for its first all-electric sedan. The INFINITI Vision Qe concept showcases the evolved design form “Artistry in Motion” in…

New York picks 4GW offshore wind in renewables tender

New York has conditionally awarded power deals to more than 4GW of offshore wind and nearly 1GW of onshore wind in its third renewable energy solicitation round, with RWE, TotalEnergies and Vineyard Wind among the big winners. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Wind Power News & Analysis RSS Feed

Scientists develop new method to create stable, efficient next-gen solar cells

Next-generation solar materials are cheaper and more sustainable to produce than traditional silicon solar cells, but hurdles remain in making the devices durable enough to withstand real-world conditions. A new technique could simplify the development of efficient and stable perovskite solar cells, named for their unique crystalline structure that excels at absorbing visible light. Read…

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