Main messages of the UN World Water Development Report 2020, Water and Climate Change

The New Power Generator

>>Steve: THIS IS A TRICKY TIME TO BE THE HEAD OF THE COMPANY WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY IT IS TO KEEP THE LIGHTS ON FOR 14.5 MILLION ONTARIANS. ONTARIO POWER GENERATION IS TRYING TO REFURBISH ITS NUCLEAR PLANT AT DARLINGTON TO THE TUNE OF $12.8 BILLION. IT WILL DECOMMISSION THE NUCLEAR PLANT AT PICKERING SOMETIME THIS DECADE. […]

Ultrafine dust in Seoul, Beijing associated with emissions, coal

fine dust pollution is an environmental headache for us here in Korea and a new study looked at fine dust components in soda and Beijing to find that most emissions come from cars and coal burning power plants our park se-young tells us more ammonium nitrate ammonium sulfate earth crustal material and organic matter are […]

America’s Electricity Grid: Can It Recover from Obama’s War on Coal?

From Washington, it’s Just the Facts, a daily news program giving you the straight facts about progress, technology, and the environment. Here’s David Rothbard: President Trump has set a goal of a trillion dollars for upgrading and repairing America’s crumbling highways, railroads, and bridges. But Rick Manning of Americans for Limited Government has this to […]

Electricity Prices in Europe

The EU wants to create a single energy market in Europe. The Commission hopes that its Energy Union strategy will make Europe’s energy supply more secure, affordable and climate-friendly. But the energy market is currently highly fragmented, and focused on national interests. The price that the average European household pays per kWh of electricity has […]

Moon visits port of Pyeongtaek to support export of green energy vehicles

president when Jane is visiting the port of Pyeongtaek tongues and today to witness the first batch of green energy cars being shipped out of the country this year and as eleventh event related to the auto industry since taking office the president hopes to show his support for the industry as well as his […]

How governments can better direct Australia’s electricity market – Grattan Institute

Australia’s electricity system has for the last more than 20 years been based upon a fundamental principle, and that is that if governments were to implement a well regulated well-structured and well managed market, that would be the best way to deliver affordable and reliable energy for households and businesses. When things go wrong, and […]

3 questions we should ask about nuclear weapons | Emma Belcher

So you know when you’re doubled over in pain and you’re wondering, is it your appendix or maybe you ate something funny? Well, when that happens to me, I call my friend Sasha — Sasha is a doctor — and I say, “Should I rush to the nearest emergency room in a panic? Or am […]

Sticky tape the key to ultrathin solar cells

We are working on a new semiconductor, it’s called black phosphorus or phosphorene. Ultra thin, ultra light and also with wavelength tunability which can offer us to fabricate lots of interesting devices such as LED and solar cells. We used the similar away that was used to fabricate graphene to fabricate phosphorene. We use the […]