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Physics World

Climate realism: the solutions that might work at scale

Taken from the October 2021 issue of Physics World. Members of the Institute of Physics can enjoy the full issue via the Physics World app. James Dacey reviews How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: the Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need by Bill Gates. Bill Gates begins How...
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businessnewswales.com

Anglesey Hydrogen Can Bridge UK’s Energy Gap Says Economics Expert

Anglesey can become a UK leader in hydrogen energy technology, cleaning up the transport sector and creating high quality jobs across North Wales, according to a leading Welsh economic expert. This comes as motorists across the country struggle with chaos at petrol stations caused by a shortage of HGV delivery...
ENERGY INDUSTRY
Telegraph

11 hacks to save energy in the kitchen

Fuel prices are surging faster than a pan of boiling milk. The rising cost of natural gas on the international market, down to a combination of factors including a cold end to last winter, has sent businesses into crisis. We in the UK are especially feeling the heat – or...
ENERGY INDUSTRY
bitcoinist.com

North Vancouver Plans To Be The World’s First City Heated By Bitcoin

Bitcoin (BTC) mining is an energy-intensive industry. One of the major by-products of mining – excess heat created by computational efforts – has mostly just gone to waste. Recently, many have been asking if there is a way to put that heat to better use and turn it into sustainable energy for others.
ENERGY INDUSTRY
renewablesnow.com

Qair, STOA set up African renewable investment platform

October 18 (Renewables Now) - French renewable power producer Qair and investment fund STOA have launched a joint platform to invest in renewable energy initiatives in Africa, starting with a 24-MWp solar project in Burkina Faso. Qair will be the controlling owner of MIHIA Holding (Make It Happen In Africa)...
ENERGY INDUSTRY
Santafe New Mexican.com

If merger is approved, New Mexicans still hold the reins

Who will be in charge and responsible at Public Service Company of New Mexico if the merger with Avangrid is approved? Me and the team of 1,300-plus New Mexicans who work day in and day out to meet your energy needs. If the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission approves PNM’s merger with Avangrid, I will be ultimately responsible for leading our local workforce and for the level of service to customers.
ECONOMY
Temple News

Temple expected to spend more on energy this fiscal year

Temple University is expected to spend two percent more on energy for the 2021-22 fiscal year — which began on July 1 and will end on June 30, 2022 — than in the previous fiscal year, wrote Joe Monahan, associate vice president of facilities and operations, in an email to The Temple News.
TEMPLE, PA
australianjewishnews.com

A sustainable power source

COA has exciting news – they’ve just gone sustainable!. That’s right, COA is getting solar panels on the roof, thanks to the volunteers, donors, and grants that made it happen. There is so much in the news these days about being environmentally friendly and using sustainable energy. But the truth...
ENERGY INDUSTRY
patriotdailypress.com

Energy, Climate Policy, and Inflation

Sooner or later, I will have to write something more detailed about the supply-chain mess, but for now, please note what NR’s Dominic Pino has been writing on the subject (see below). I’ll just note one early concern about the pandemic’s prolonged lockdowns. The worry, which I shared, was that those in charge overestimated the ease with which economies could be switched off, and then back on. That was never likely to be an easy task, and — this shouldn’t have been hard to work out — the longer the period of disruption, the more difficult it becomes to put everything back together again. An economy operates through an immensely complicated web of connections. Tear a hole in that web, and then leave it there for a while, and it becomes exceedingly difficult to fix. Knowing that helps understand what we are seeing now.
ENERGY INDUSTRY
electricenergyonline.com

NRG Energy, Inc. Announces Quarterly Dividend

NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE:NRG) today (Oct 15) announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend on the Company's common stock of $0.325 per share, or $1.30 per share on an annualized basis. The dividend is payable on November 15, 2021 to stockholders of record as of November 1, 2021.
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wkvi.com

Governor Says Local Residents ‘Should Be Front and Center’ in Solar Project Discussions

While dignitaries from around the world converged on Starke County last week to kick off construction on one of the country’s largest solar farms, the reaction from local landowners has been mixed. Speaking to reporters after Thursday’s groundbreaking, Governor Eric Holcomb said he welcomes the input, when it comes to projects on an unprecedented scale.
STARKE COUNTY, IN
OilPrice.com

Why Is The World Still Ignoring Geothermal Energy?

As the world begins to accept the urgency of mitigating and adapting to climate change, many nations around the globe are starting to work toward a clean energy transition in more tangible and ambitious ways than ever before. The transition can’t come fast enough. This August the UN issued a “code red for humanity” accompanying a report that showed that not only have humans already irreversibly altered the climate, but the window for avoiding even more damage and the worst effects of climate change is also rapidly closing. So we know what the goal is -- decarbonization -- but what exactly will it take to get there?
ENERGY INDUSTRY

Europe's energy crunch is giving Putin the upper hand

David A. Andelman, a contributor to CNN, two-time winner of the Deadline Club Award, and executive director of The Red Lines Project, is the author of "A Red Line in the Sand: Diplomacy, Strategy, and the History of Wars That Might Still Happen" and host of its Evergreen podcast. He formerly was a correspondent for The New York Times and CBS News in Europe and Asia. Follow him on Twitter @DavidAndelman. The views expressed in this commentary belong solely to the author. View more opinion at CNN.
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MENAFN

Natural gas answer to energy crunch, transition, says GECF secretary-general

Joining the panel on 'International Energy Organisation Dialogue: Predicting the Development of Energy and Global Markets', Sentyurin stressed that“gas was, is, and will remain the most realistic option to attain the energy transition, spur economic growth and social progress.”. He said,“The long-term solution provided by natural gas is available in...
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