Category Archives: Green Energy

Update: How Do You Tell If The Earth’s Climate System “Is Warming”?

Back in August I had a post by the title of “How Do You Tell If The Earth’s Climate System “Is Warming”? The post took note of the fact that, with a time series (like for temperature) that fluctuates up … Continue reading

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Wind turbines are neither clean nor green and they provide zero global energy | The Spectator

Even put together, wind and photovoltaic solar are supplying less than 1 per cent of global energy demand. From the International Energy Agency’s 2016 Key Renewables Trends, we can see that wind provided 0.46 per cent of global energy consumption … Continue reading

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Chinese Build Ecuadorian Dam Has 7,648 Cracks and Doesn’t Work | 90$ Billion In Debt to China

As early as 2014, technicians noticed cracks in the Chinese-made stainless steel equipment. That December, 13 workers were killed when a tunnel flooded and collapsed. A senior engineer sent records to Mr. Correa, the president, asking to brief him on … Continue reading

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Toyota struggles to save breakthrough Prius hybrid

But, as an updated 2019 version of the Prius gets ready to roll into U.S. showrooms, Toyota is facing a difficult situation. Sales of the Prius have been tumbling for several years and were down 23.2 percent for the first … Continue reading

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Nearly 200 countries at climate talks want universal emissions rules | Thanks To The USA/Trump 

“Overall, the U.S. role here has been somewhat schizophrenic — pushing coal and dissing science on the one hand, but also working hard in the room for strong transparency rules,” said Elliot Diringer of the Center for Climate and Energy … Continue reading

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Recyclable wonder-fuel promises twice the range and zero emissions at half the price

Using a standard sized fuel tank, the Electriq system would, according to modeling, cost less than half the equivalent gasoline price to fill up, and it would deliver around twice the range, while being completely emissions-free – at least, back … Continue reading

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Why Mazda Is Betting its Future on Gasoline

“As a company, we’re thinking more globally,” he told me. “In Thailand, let’s say, or Africa, there is no government incentive for a plug-in hybrid. In India, there’s not a huge market for PHEVs. We can still make a larger … Continue reading

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