Daily Archives: November 25, 2023

What to Expect From Growing Battery Market Investments

By [Energy Central] Rose Morrison As the need for batteries for electric vehicles and energy storage skyrockets, gigafactories are ramping up production. Multiple factors are driving the sudden demand for batteries — emissions laws, government incentives to use renewable energy, subsidies for automakers and an increasingly eco-conscious public. What will this mean for sustainability? Shifting…

World Leaders Ignore Growing Safety Issues with Green Energy

By [Energy Central] Steve Goreham Originally published in Daily Caller. The nations of the world pursue an unprecedented energy transition. Efforts are underway to force a shift from coal, oil, and natural gas to renewable energy sources by 2050. But key elements of the proposed transition suffer from major safety issues. These are batteries for…

41189 – LEAP HR Oil and Energy 2024

By [Energy Central] Richard Green Returning for its 9th year, the LEAP HR: Oil and Energy summit is the most exclusive and senior forum dedicated to HR leaders in the Oil and Energy industry. This is your unique opportunity to hear how the most forward-thinking Oil and Energy HR leaders are re-strategizing to attract skilled,…

The Oil and Gas Industry in Net Zero Transitions | IEA

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan The Oil and Gas Industry in Net Zero Transitions This report shows that the industry can and must do much more to respond to the threat of climate change. Regardless of which pathway the world follows, climate impacts will become more visible and severe over the coming years, increasing the…

Cheaper Volkswagen EV Coming For China

Volkswagen is reportedly working on a cheaper electric vehicle platform to be built and sold in China. The first electric. [continued] The post Cheaper Volkswagen EV Coming For China appeared first on CleanTechnica.Brought to you by: EV Driven Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles

As the US begins to build offshore wind farms, scientists say many questions remain about impacts on the oceans and marine life

By National Wind Watch As renewable energy production expands across the U.S., the environmental impacts of these new sources are receiving increased attention. In a recent report, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine examined whether and how constructing offshore wind farms in the Nantucket Shoals region, southeast of Massachusetts, could affect critically endangered…

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