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Inside a Nuclear War Bunker Built to Save Canada’s Leaders

By [Energy Central] German Toro Ghio The Diefenbunker history is not just of global tension but also of Canada’s parsimonious approach to civil defense, optimistic thinking about the apocalypse and Canadians’ antipathy toward anything they perceive as a special deal for their political leaders. Now, the privately run museum is one of the few places…

Prioritizing the Saving Solutions in Iran’s Natural Gas Consumption

By [Energy Central] Reza Hosseini Prioritizing the Saving Solutions in Iran’s Natural Gas Consumption Iran’s estimated proved natural gas reserves were 1,203 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) as of December 2021, second only to Russia. Hence, natural gas is considered one of the most important sources of energy in Iran. Currently, natural gas pipelines have been…

Those Attacks on Gas Stoves Aren’t Really about Health

By [Energy Central] Steve Goreham Originally published in Washington Examiner. Earlier this month, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced that indoor gas stoves emitted harmful pollution. Several studies claim that the use of gas can cause respiratory illness. The CPSC is considering restrictions on gas stoves, including possible bans in new residential construction. But…

The Provision of Energy without Fear -Decision Time

By [Energy Central] Dusya Lyubovskaya Energy is curiously ethereal ‘stuff’. Considering its universal importance, it is surprising how few people can relate its many guises. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy & climate

Estimate Commercial Value of CO2 Storage

By [Energy Central] Aniket Kumar Carbon storage refers to the process of sequestering or storing carbon in various forms in the natural environment, including in plants, soil, oceans, and geologic formations. This can include processes such as photosynthesis, in which plants absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in their biomass, and the…

European Hydrogen Conference 2023 | Vienna, Austria

By [Energy Central] Richard Green The European Hydrogen Conference (EHC) has been created to focus on the latest projects, finance and investment, technologies, and regulations needed to achieve the European Commission’s net-zero target. After a successful gathering in March 2022, we look forward to the 2nd edition of the European Hydrogen Conference live in Vienna…

Thermal energy recovery from wastewater – BlueTech Research

By [Energy Central] Nick Meeten This topic should be of interest to all city energy planners and energy utility professionals, whether they be from wastewater utilities or electrical utilities. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy & climate

Climate and the catastrophists.

By [Energy Central] JOHN POPOVICH https://phys.org/news/2023-01-highlights-impact-marine-gases-climate.html “If we don’t get the clouds right, we won’t get the climate right,” says Charel Wohl, ICM-CSIC researcher and lead author of the study. “We are just beginning to unveil the multiple ingredients that form cloud seeds,” he adds. Water is by far the most important greenhouse gas and…

Working with LPO: What is a Conditional Commitment?

By [Energy Central] Jigar Shah With LPO’s announcement this month of another conditional commitment for U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) project financing (https://lnkd.in/dhCeYPp5) you may be wondering: what exactly is a “conditional commitment” and how is it different from a loan or loan guarantee? When LPO announces a conditional commitment, what does that mean? In…

Food for though – Electric vehicles

By [Energy Central] Doug Houseman 1) Vehicle manufacturers in North America could be at 80% of new car production being zero emission vehicles (ZEV) by 2035 based on their announced plans. 2) Factory capacity in North America is about 18 million vehicles per year. North America has never sold 18 million vehicles in one year….

US: breaking spending cap?

By [Energy Central] Rafael Herzberg US: breaking spending cap? Democrats and Republicans are at loggerheads (again) over authorizing the desired new ceiling in the spending cap. There are two main scenarios. 1°) A new ceiling will be negotiated (as it always has been) that makes it possible to maintain – business as usual – regarding…

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