Daily Archives: July 14, 2021

Hydrogen and Decarbonising Transport: A better greener Britain

By Charley Rattan Hydrogen is a key strategic component to fully decarbonising the UK’s economy. The UK has strengths and expertise along the hydrogen value chain, particularly though our science and innovation ecosystems, supported by a long history of gas technology development and an integrated national network. We are well positioned to lead on the…

Energy: prevalent trends

By Rafael Herzberg Energy: prevalent trendsFrom the perspective of corporate and institutional energy users, there are two main approaches to achieve and maintain excellent results.* Obtain and internalize know-howTo enable the creation, deployment and management of solutions “in-house”. The prerequisite is to delve into topics that are not necessarily known.* Contract solutions as if they…

Advancing Lead-Acid Battery technology

By Harry Valentine The development of the classical lead-acid battery dates back over 160-years. During the very early years of the 20th century, battery-powered cars and delivery vans were popular in cities. The technology remained essentially unchanged over a period of decades with sulphuric acid held in an insulated container of bake-lite, ceramic and later…

Climate denial still features in fossil fuel-funded education materials

By Ketan Joshi The fossil fuel industry has long used its influence on education to downplay climate threats. It’s getting worse, and is even turning up at Questacon. The post Climate denial still features in fossil fuel-funded education materials appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Decarbonising Transport: A Better, Greener Britain

By Charley Rattan Decarbonising Transport: A Better, Greener Britain …’I believe that the struggle for decarbonised transport, clean development and clean air is as important as the struggle for clean water was in the 19th century. This plan sets out how we will achieve it.’Grant Shapps Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here…

The rising hurdles for investment in upstream

By Tariq Siddiqui High oil prices are generating a record cashflow for the oil companies, yet the trend is on “capital discipline” and “debt reduction,” not much on new oil & gas investments due to tough economic hurdle and increasing scrutiny on emissions and ESG credentials.KEY INSIGHTS & TRENDS If the logjam of Pre-FID oil…

S-5! and PVComplete develop design software for solar projects on metal roofs

By Billy Ludt Metal roof attachment manufacturer S-5! and software developer PVComplete launched a web-based solar calculator designed to create solar project layouts for standing seam and exposed-fastened metal roofs. “Compatible with most industry PV module manufacturers and any size module, the S-5! Solar Calculator is the only one in the industry that calculates PV…

County approves Rail Tie permit application #WY

By National Wind Watch The Albany County Board of Commissioners voted 3-0 Tuesday night to approve ConnectGen’s application for a wind energy conversion systems permit for the Rail Tie Wind Project. The Rail Tie project calls for 120 turbines on 26,000 acres near Tie Siding, with 94 turbines proposed for private land and the rest…

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