Daily Archives: May 4, 2021

Hydrogen will be cover for a new life for fossil fuels

By Ketan Joshi New fossil fuel plants are being announced even as a massive failure to manage a rapid coal phase-out worsens. All under a cloak of hydrogen. The post Hydrogen will be cover for a new life for fossil fuels appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Auto Trader to Give Away a Brand-New Electric Car Every Month

Auto Trader has launched the Electric Car Giveaway, a UK-wide prize draw with a winner every month The first prize up for grabs is a Tesla Model 3, whilst other cars will include a Mustang Mach-E, MINI Electric, and even a Renault Twizy The Giveaway launched on Saturday 1st May, with each prize draw set…

E.P.A. to Sharply Limit Powerful Greenhouse Gases: Hydrofluorocarbons, the Earth-warming chemicals used in air-conditioning and refrigeration.

By Mark Silverstone This is long overdue, but more significant than I would have thought:”The regulation would begin to take effect in 2022 and would gradually reduce the production and importation of hydrofluorocarbons in the United States by 85 percent over the following 15 years. About 15 percent of HFCs would still be permitted because…

We need more grid engineers to implement Biden’s plan (Part 2 of 2)

By Rao Konidena Hiring engineers via the H1B immigration process would make implementing Biden’s infrastructure plan more efficient. In part 1, we focused on the need for transmission planning engineers. In part 2, the focus is on the need for additional market systems and distribution planning engineers. Engineers should have the flexibility to move within…

Brazilian industry: tipping point

By Rafael Herzberg Brazilian industry: tipping pointIf the country wants to have a development lever in the industrial sector, it will have to review its strategy.Labor, raw material, taxes and energy make up the bulk of its costs, since it is a sector, which is in Brazil, of low added value.Labor: the cost for an…

NREL to hand off management of SolarAPP+ to UL to expedite rollout

By Kelsey Misbrener The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) announced a new initial memorandum of understanding with the global company UL to work toward further developing and commercializing the Solar Automated Permit Processing Plus (SolarAPP+) software that will automate the permitting process for residential solar systems. The use of SolarAPP+ so…

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