energy

How politicians and governments around the world are dealing with climate change, solar energy and harnessing renewable resources.

  • Linda Ween
    Published about a month ago
    Building a "Greener" Future

    Building a "Greener" Future

    The problem of using green technologies became very important in the year 2000. As minerals were about to be exhausted and the world was on the brink of a technological disaster, one had to look for the alternative sources of generating energy. The purpose of the paper shared by https://bestwritingservice.com/ is to show what changes have been made recently and how green technologies have changed the way people live since 2000.
  • 69 Articles Production
    Published about a month ago
    Renewable Energy Resources: Top Evergreen Energy Resources

    Renewable Energy Resources: Top Evergreen Energy Resources

    Renewable Energy Resources The energy obtained from natural sources as an alternative to fossil fuels is known as renewable energy and the sources are known as renewable energy resources. There are many energy resources. Among them, four are discussed here.
  • Ryan Kopf
    Published 2 months ago
    Most Expensive Forms of Electricity Generation

    Most Expensive Forms of Electricity Generation

    Of course, Electricity is not a by-product that is readily available for usage. You can't simply plug into the ground and get free electricity; it has to be generated from energy sources. So, when we talk of electricity generation, we mean the various technologies that we employ to turn sundry energy into usable and consumable electric energy.
  • Ekobor Alueker
    Published 2 months ago
    Oil and Gas Energy Politics

    Oil and Gas Energy Politics

    Turkey has been very visible in the region, thus it presence in nation states such as Syria, Libya, and Cyprus further loud its cause in the region. For effective deployment of power, the realist believes nation states must be able to advance their national interests and aspirations through the effective articulation of national security elements such as Economic, Military, Technology, and Resources within the international system. The activities of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan within the East Mediterranean region further rekindles it cause to achieve regional hegemon.
  • Mia Morales
    Published 3 months ago
    Save the Planet Wherever You Are

    Save the Planet Wherever You Are

    Saving energy saves the planet at the same time it saves your bank account. Whether you're looking to cut costs or looking to help reduce your carbon footprint, energy saving is a philosophy you can take with you wherever you go.
  • John D'Souza
    Published 3 months ago
    Solar Photovoltaic PV Panels - The future of Energy and Power

    Solar Photovoltaic PV Panels - The future of Energy and Power

    India has tremendous potential for power generation from renewable energy generation sources like wind, biomass, solar or hydro ,etc. Solar Photovoltaic is a technology that converts the solar radiation into electricity with the help of semiconductors. When the sunlight hits the semiconductor within the PV cells, electrons are released and form an electric current. Solar PV technology is generally fixed on a panel. PV cells are generally found connected to one another and are mounted over a frame called module, various modules can be wired together in an orderly arrangement and that can be scaled up or down depending upon the amount of power that is needed to be produced.
  • Craig Miranda
    Published 3 months ago
    The Matchsticks

    The Matchsticks

    I reside in a city, cities are often called ‘concrete jungles’. These two words are one of the most accurate representations of humankind’s need to advance, to invent, to innovate. We deplete what we find around us and then try to replicate it using technology. We are in a sense invaders, seeking to disturb the equilibrium found in nature to further advance. We were surrounded by wood and so we built industries utilizing it, conveniently forgetting that it was a finite resource, and then realization struck, depletion of this ‘resource’ had negative side-effects but the damage was already too far spread and the reversal has to be quick, there can be no ‘baby-steps’. According to Greenpeace, 80% of our forests have been destroyed or damaged beyond repair. Something that used to surround us has been isolated, driven to, for lack of a better term, extinction. At the rate at which forests are disappearing, the only way for the future generation to ever experience it would be through Virtual Reality headsets. To experience what we have before it’s gone I decided to head down to Cooks Forest, Pennsylvania. Cooks Forest is known for its variety of evergreen trees and hence it has also acquired the name, Black Forest, due to the sun never reaching the forest floor due to these trees.
  • John Anderson
    Published 3 months ago
    Portugal to end coal burning two years ahead of schedule

    Portugal to end coal burning two years ahead of schedule

    EDP ​​announced this Wednesday, July 14, that it will anticipate the closure of the Sines, Soto da Ribera, and Abono plants.
  • John Anderson
    Published 4 months ago
    Germany: new record for renewable energy and persistent decline in coal

    Germany: new record for renewable energy and persistent decline in coal

    A study published recently by the Fraunhofer Institute (German equivalent of the CNRS) reveals that renewable energy is now the main source of electricity production in Germany. Their 40% contribution to the electricity mix in 2018 now exceeds that of coal and lignite [Lignite is a type of coal known as "of lower rank", characterized by high water content and carbon content of 50 to 60% giving it a low calorific value. In Germany it is mined in huge surface mines where it supplies power plants located nearby to reduce transport costs.], which together generate 38% of the current. With 7 reactors still in service, the atom provides 13.3% of electricity production. In 2010, before the decision to exit from nuclear power, its share was 22%
  • John Anderson
    Published 4 months ago
    Belgium: nuclear power puts wind turbines off

    Belgium: nuclear power puts wind turbines off

    Since last March, the spectacular drop in electricity consumption linked to the coronavirus has led to an overabundance of nuclear electricity on the Belgian market. This excess supply has forced some wind turbine operators to shut down their wind farms. A ubiquitous situation faced with the need to develop renewable energies.
  • John Anderson
    Published 4 months ago
    German energy failure: How to continue burning coal in the name of renewable energy

    German energy failure: How to continue burning coal in the name of renewable energy

    "It's not easy to be green, " said The Economist a few years ago, speaking precisely of the German Energiewende. The "energy transition" that came from Berlin and became the promise that even one of the most polluting countries in Europe could dream of a green future. But dreams always end up meeting reality.
  • John Anderson
    Published 4 months ago
    Norway has switched to electric cars. And in their cities you can breathe cleaner air than ever

    Norway has switched to electric cars. And in their cities you can breathe cleaner air than ever

    Norway is the only country on the planet where the electric car is more realistic. About 40% of new vehicles registered last year were electric, and the percentage could soon exceed 60%. Its success stems from various factors, ranging from tax exemptions to the unique economic buoyancy of its citizens. In any case, its consequences are palpable: breathing in Norway is today healthier than ever.