Tagged Global Warming

EV Charging Infrastructure USA 2023

By [Energy Central] Sean Collins EV charging infrastructure and e-Mobility industry forecasts Understand the economic fundamentals and key market drivers for developing EV charging infrastructure to meet the needs of the e-Mobility market. Exploring the next generation of smart and efficient EV charging ports Look for innovations in EV charging ports and make the business…

Gasunie set to oversee North Sea hydrogen network plan

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Gasunie set to oversee North Sea hydrogen network plan AMSTERDAM -The Dutch government on Friday said it would appoint gas grid operator Gasunie to oversee plans to develop a hydrogen network in the North Sea, Energy Minister Rob Jetten said Friday in a letter to parliament. The Dutch government is…

UK Govt Invests £700M in Sizewell C Nuclear Reactors

By [Energy Central] Dan Yurman UK Govt Invests £700M in Sizewell C Nuclear Reactors CEZ Gets Three Bidders for New Dukovany Nuclear Reactor ARC SMR Proposed for Green Energy Hub at Canadian Port Centrus Energy Inks HALEU Contract with DOE First Light Fusion Targets 60 MW Pilot Plant for Tritium Production UK Govt Invests £700M…

Green ammonia import terminal to be developed at Port of Hamburg

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Industrial gas supplier Air Products and Mabanaft’s Oiltanking Deutschland have signed a joint development agreement for green ammonia import and distribution infrastructure in the Port of Hamburg. Join: Ammonia and Hydrogen https://energycentral.com/c/cp/green-hydrogen-ammonia-daures-namibia Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy…

How Fast Will Fusion’s Promise Come True?

By [Energy Central] Dan Yurman How Fast Will Fusion’s Promise Come True? According to the 2022 report of the Fusion Industry Association (FIA), there are three dozen fusion energy startups which in total are attracting billions of dollars in investor commitments. Clearly, people who are very smart, and have a lot of money to put…

Why Are We Trying to Replicate the Gas Station Experience for EVs?

By [Energy Central] Benoit Marcoux “Gas station” charging is the most expensive way to charge in an ecosystem that is very price sensitive (like gasoline). Nevertheless, “gas station” charging is crucial in some situations. But it’s also a last resort, used as infrequently as possible. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy…

Rainforest Energy Promises Clean Fuels and a Negative Carbon Footprint

By [Energy Central] Len Rosen A new, private company, Rainforest Energy Corporation, plans to build biorefinery processing facilities in multiple sites to convert forest and agriculture waste into “clean fuels.” Rainforest hopes to produce fuel substitutes not derived from extracting oil or gas, but rather from the waste products of forestry (burn slash) and agriculture,…

Is Australia worthy of hosting a COP summit in 2026?

By Kate Hart If Australia is going to be serious about co-hosting a UN climate conference in only four years, it needs to be serious about leading from the front. The post Is Australia worthy of hosting a COP summit in 2026? appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

Climate Risks & Large Corporations’ Disclosures

By [Energy Central] John Benson This is a really complex issue, but an October 28 Issue of Science had an article that I found clearly explained these risks as they apply to large corporation, especially in energy industries. Investors have known about climate change for decades. Yet it is only recently that several countries—including France,…

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