What Fuels Oil and Gas Prices? (w/ Diego Parrilla)

DIEGO PARRILLA: My name is Diego Parrilla, I’m a mining and petroleum engineer from Spain. I did my masters in Mineral Economics in the Colorado School of Mines and the French Institute of Petroleum in Paris. I spent pretty much half of my career on the investment banking side with some of the leading global […]

Iran begins process of fueling centrifuges at Fordow

Iran continues to distance itself from the 2015 nuclear deal this time by stepping up activity at its underground of Fordo nuclear plants the spokesman for the atomic energy organization of Iran told state TV on Wednesday that the agency delivered 2,000 kilograms of uranium to the plant emphasizing it was all conducted under the […]

Solar Electrical Experiments

I finally jumped on the band-wagon and got a pair of solar panels. So, now that we’ve got access to free, and virtually unlimited amounts of electricity, let’s hook them up and experiment, with some of the things they can do. To start this project, I got a couple of 100-watt solar panels from verengosolar.com. […]

Free Energy Cold Fusion DIY Selfmade At Home – LENR – Low Energy Nuclear Reactions

I was asked to translate this video, so here it is. Hi there, I am Andi from behind the camera. We have news. Today we try some cold fusion in the pot. Here is a quick overview. This is all you need. 200ml of water 20g of sodium hydroxide a stainless steel mug or pot […]

Energy 101: Fuel Cell Technology

We all live in a modern world—a world full of technologies that looked completely futuristic just a generation ago. Those modern, futuristic devices that help get us through the day all use energy, and to supply all of that energy, we need fuel. Today, the technology around generating clean renewable energy is evolving about as […]

Innovating to zero! | Bill Gates

I’m going to talk today about energy and climate. And that might seem a bit surprising, because my full-time work at the foundation is mostly about vaccines and seeds, about the things that we need to invent and deliver to help the poorest two billion live better lives. But energy and climate are extremely important […]

Renewable energy doesn’t always mean what you think

When you think of renewable energy, what comes to mind? Wind, solar. Wind power Wind energy, solar energy Solar panels, wind farms How about hydroelectric? Hydroelectric? Yeah. I would say yes. Burning wood? No? I think technically it’s a renewable energy. Burning trash? No? I feel like it’s a trick Hmm Depending on the state, […]

The Molten-Salt Reactor Experiment

Molten salt reactors for the production of electrical power were studied at Oak Ridge National Laboratory from 1957 to 1960. Design studies and technological developments strongly indicated that molten-salt breeder reactors operating on a thorium cycle could be developed to produce low-cost electricity and conserve our uranium resources. A reactor experiment, however, was required to […]

Energy 101 | Algae-to-Fuels

We all need fuel to get around. And as America takes steps to improve our energy security, homegrown fuel sources are more important than ever. The Energy Department is researching one of the fuel sources of the future found here: in algae. Have a look at this algae farm. These large, man-made ponds are called […]