From the moment we first figured out how to harness the power of fire, we humans have relied on energy to make our lives easier, tastier, and more comfortable. Now we're in the middle of our next big energy transition away from sources that no longer serve us to a new paradigm intended to dramatically reduce our impact on the planet.Continued
A new study funded by the US Department of Energy says the Salton Sea has much more lithium than originally thought.
How much progress have we made in combatting climate change since COP 21 in 2015? More than you might think.
The IEA-OES has released a roadmap on how the world's leading nations can develop 300 GW of ocean energy by 2050 – creating 680,000 jobs and removing over 500 million tonnes of carbon emissions in the process.
I like what the report says about creating “corridors of clean energy flow” and the regional maps showing where these corridors could be developed.
Meanwhile, in "the youth will save us"** news...
Energy economist Fatih Birol says the recent surge in solar and EV adoption gives him hope.
Gotta love green energy solutions that involve ubiquitously available materials.
Turns out "sobriety" has something to do with it. (Though probably not in the way you think.)