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The History of Electricity (and the Future of Electric Power)

Electrical energy has always been around us, but for most of human history, we haven’t understood it or been able to control it. That all changed in the 18th and… [Read More]

Understanding Electrolysis: From Energy Production to Hair Removal

Electrolysis is the name of a scientific process that can derive hydrogen fuel from water. It’s also the name of a cosmetic procedure that uses electricity to remove unwanted hair… [Read More]

Electric Shock: What Is Is, How It Feels, and Why It’s Dangerous

An electric shock can be a mildly unpleasant sensation or a life-threatening emergency depending on the strength of the electrical current and the duration of contact. Knowing how to prevent… [Read More]

Electrical Outlets In Your Home: Everything You Need to Know

How many types of electrical outlets do you use in a given day? Chances are you have more than one type of outlet in your home, but you may not… [Read More]

Tidal Energy: Can It Be Used to Generate Electricity?

Wind, solar, hydropower, and other types of renewable energy are becoming a major part of the green energy transition around the world. The Texas power grid alone gets up to… [Read More]

Petronas gives investment approval for giant CCS project in Malaysia

Petronas has taken a final investment decision (FID) for the development of its giant Kasawari carbon capture and storage (CCS) project offshore Sarawak in Malaysia. Significantly, it will be the… [Read More]

Shapps says he’s confident in UK gas supplies this winter

UK Energy Secretary Grant Shapps said he’s sure the UK will have enough natural gas this winter after favorable temperatures and increased storage capacity lowered the prospects of a shortage… [Read More]

The Rig: Trailer revealed for Amazon Prime show set on North Sea platform

Amazon Prime has finally revealed the trailer for “The Rig”, its supernatural thriller set in the North Sea. The post The Rig: Trailer revealed for Amazon Prime show set on… [Read More]

Repsol Sinopec charts expected $3.6bn decom spend

Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) says it expects to spend nearly $3.6 billion on decommissioning over the next thirty years, according to company filings. The post Repsol Sinopec charts expected… [Read More]

Exxon to decommission Zafiro, eyeing licence expiry

ExxonMobil is “working towards” decommissioning its Zafiro Producer unit, offshore Equatorial Guinea. The post Exxon to decommission Zafiro, eyeing licence expiry appeared first on Energy Voice. [Read More]

Octopus Energy Saving Sessions are here to encourage customers to shift their power usage away from peak times and will be able to earn OctoPoints and rewards for doing so,… [Read More]

Octopus is at the forefront of the push to move away from petrol-based cars to electric vehicles, EVs. That’s why we were delighted to partner with Fully Charged, the YouTube… [Read More]

Our energy specialists provide end-to-end support for Octopus Energy customers in Leicester, Brighton, London and beyond. Meet Team A and Team B, Octopus' oldest service 'teams', who look after customers… [Read More]

Energy needs to change, and fast. The only way to really discover what the right answers look like is to build solutions in the real world with real customers.As Octopus… [Read More]

Our energy specialists provide end-to-end customer support from Leicester, Brighton, London and beyond. All our staff are part of little mini-teams of [Read More]

No Kidding: The Tesla Semi Launch Is About To Change Everything

I’ve been eagerly awaiting the Tesla Semi since the first article that I wrote for CleanTechnica four and a half years ago, and I’ve been eagerly revisiting my notes from… [Read More]

Green Jobs Are Flourishing & Winning Over The Hearts Of Conservative Workers

Investments in clean energy manufacturing jobs are geared toward a specific social end — as industrial policy. This benefits workers across the political divide and is coming as somewhat of… [Read More]

Airbus Designed A Cold Heart For Its New Zero-Emission Plane In Record Time

Normally, we don’t cover hydrogen stuff much here at CleanTechnica. Well, at least not seriously. Often, we’re making fun of it! Why? Because for most applications, hydrogen is a terrible… [Read More]

London Mayor Unveils New Charging Strategy Towards Net Zero 2030 At Plug It In Summit

London’s electrification journey still has a long way to go, but the UK’s capital is setting the pace in terms of charging infrastructure. Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, delivered… [Read More]

BMW Investing Big In New Hungarian Battery Plant

Want to know whether a company is serious about building EVs? Don’t take its plans at face value. Don’t take even its final assembly plants for granted, especially if it’s… [Read More]

Led by reformer Gustavo Petro, Colombia’s new leftist government, the first in its long history, aims to both reduce its dependence on fossil fuel exports and achieve 100% clean electricity… [Read More]

South Korea is jeopardizing its ability to meet its 2030 methane reduction target under the Global Methane Pledge due to the country’s plans to massively expand fossil-based hydrogen, according to a recent study by… [Read More]

Africa will host international climate talks on 6-18 November 2022 and the African Union has been busy trying to get the rest of the world’s attention on the continent’s expectations… [Read More]

It was unthinkable that a leftist government could ever take office in Colombia – and then this summer it happened. Historically power has been held by the nation’s upper classes… [Read More]

After a year serving in Germany’s Bundestag, the climate-champion and Green MEP Kathrin Henneberger now finds herself struggling to defend the progress made by her predecessors. In response to Germany’s… [Read More]

Ten Clean Energy Stocks of 2022/3 – July Returns

Here are the numbers.  I hope to write some market commentary to go with them soon. Disclosure: Long all the stocks in the 10 Clean Energy Stocks model portfolio. The… [Read More]

Five Green REITs

by Tom Konrad Ph.D., CFA Why Green Buildings are Profitable Buildings Buildings are responsible for approximately a third of greenhouse gas emissions, so making buildings more efficient and switching them… [Read More]

By Tom Konrad, Ph.D., CFA With the launch of my (green dividend income focused) hedge fund early this year, I had to take a hiatus from publishing my annual list… [Read More]

Restarting 10 Clean Energy Stocks Series

By Tom Konrad, Ph.D., CFA With the launch of my (green dividend income focused) hedge fund early this year, I had to take a hiatus from publishing my annual list… [Read More]

Advantage Biodiesel

By Tom Konrad, Ph.D., CFA Because of rising fertilizer prices, farmers are planting more soybeans than corn.  Soybeans are a legume, meaning that they can fix their own nitrogen in… [Read More]

With more electric vehicles (EVs) of varying makes and models appearing on American roads all the time, it seems clear that the future of transportation is electric.  However, there are… [Read More]

Over the years, most Americans have typically paid a fixed price per kilowatt-hour (kWh) of electricity that they use at home – no matter the time of the week they… [Read More]

There are many steps you can take today to lower your power bills, decarbonize your home and otherwise become a more informed, empowered energy consumer. From getting a better grasp… [Read More]

Whether through a gas stove, a water heater, the car in your garage or the electricity coming from the power company, most American homes today still rely heavily on fossil… [Read More]

Any house can be made into a smart home. By adding just a few devices here and there, you can improve the energy efficiency, comfort, safety and convenience of your… [Read More]

The race is on. Accenture explains why US energy companies will soon be fighting to be methane-mitigation pacesetters. [Read More]

A review of energy sector M&A approaches over the past decade sheds light on four inorganic growth pathways energy companies should consider. [Read More]

Accenture and the World Economic Forum identify five actions to get industries on track for net zero. [Read More]

Accenture identifies three IT enablers of innovation that upstream operators should develop or strengthen to remodel technology. [Read More]

Learn about the six key insights into why—and how—the energy transition must be accelerated. [Read More]

Shell Petroleum NV has reached an agreement with Davidson Kempner Capital Management LP, Pioneer Point Partners, and Sampension to acquire 100% shareholding of Nature Energy Biogas A/S for nearly US$2… [Read More]

Octopus Energy Generation’s match-making platform for wind energy identifies 2.3 GW of potential new British onshore wind energy that could be unleashed where people want it. [Read More]

MunmuBaram, a joint venture between Shell and HEXICON AB, has named Vestas as the preferred turbine supplier for the 1.3 GW MunmuBaram floating offshore wind project in South Korea. [Read More]

Six Vestas wind turbines (type V136) with a rated power of 4.2 MW will generate enough green electricity to cover the annual needs of more than 22 000 Italian households. [Read More]

Fusion Fuel and Electus Energy have entered into an exclusive joint venture agreement to develop a large scale green hydrogen project in Bakersfield, California, the US. [Read More]

Russia-Ukraine: Critical Infrastructure Protection from sabotage is an unprecedented challenge the EU must face now

### REGISTER NOW ### for our vitally important 2-panel event “The Energy Crisis and Russian Aggression Against Ukraine – Key Challenges for the Central European Energy Sector”, on Thursday December… [Read More]

European green steel makers are securing funding – and big customers – for production plants

European steel makers are leading the way in building the first green steel production plants. The big step forward is the securing of finance from a range of private and… [Read More]

Small Modular Reactor cost overruns: the same old problems haunt new nuclear in Utah

Much hope is being placed on Small Modular Reactors (SMR) making new nuclear plants competitive. But David Schlissel at IEEFA summarises their research into the publications, updates and statements coming… [Read More]

What does the “global carbon budget” mean? Have we got 9 years left?

Piers Forster and Debbie Rosen at the University of Leeds and Robin Lamboll and Joeri Rogelj at Imperial College London, writing for Carbon Brief, look at the carbon budget estimates… [Read More]

Can Enhanced Geothermal Systems be used as grid-scale batteries? Anywhere!

The US Department of Energy aims to cut the cost of Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) by 90% by 2035. Standard geothermal power comes from tapping existing hydrothermal reservoirs. But most… [Read More]

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