In my last article, I have outlined why mono-incineration plants for sewage sludge will grow in importance. I want to explain this in more detail. Sewage sludge has to be dried … Continue reading Why Mono-Incineration Plants help us Produce more Phosphorus and Green Energy
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INSIGHT INTO GERMANY’S ENERGY TRANSITION I wanted to give the reader a brief overview of the prospects of Germany’s energy transition, in as far as national strategies in Germany’s energy … Continue reading Why Germany’s Energy Transition Is In Trouble: Fossil Fuels Are Still Needed
I have reviewed the American Petroleum Institute’s paper on U.S. oil and gas infrastructure investments. After thinking about it I want to break it down, but I want to focus … Continue reading Review – U.S. Oil and Gas Infrastructure Investment through 2035 – Impact Assessment
In times of trouble, do not dispair, Russian Gazprom will be there. If you then ask, help will be swift, with Nordstream 2 your fortunes shift. 1. Introduction In this post, I … Continue reading European Natural Gas and LNG Market – Energy Review 2018
Radioactivity is all around us. How we handle it determines how it effects us. This includes effective waste management solutions to deal with hazardous radioactive waste. Radioactive waste management and … Continue reading Radioactive Waste Management in Europe, Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire (IRSN)
Nuclear waste has become a highly contentious issue in Japan and Germany. Both countries are highly-industralized, in the aftermatch of the Fukushima crisis they have been roiled by the anti-nuclear … Continue reading Review: The Pangea Concept for an International Radioactive Waste Repository (International Atomic Energy Agency, Pangea Resources)
The report addresses some key concepts when it comes to implementation of nanotechnology in the PV sector and for energy storage, these are: The rate of innovation The International Electrotechnical … Continue reading Nanotechnology in the Sectors of Solar Energy and Energy Storage (International Electrotechnical Commission, 2013)
Martin Ford compares the rise of artificial intelligence to the expansion of the electricity grid in the early 20th century. We will see that artificial intelligence will creap into every … Continue reading The Rise of the Robots – Martin Ford (2015) – And its Likely Impact on Future Employment Trends in the Energy Sector
On Henry V, the mirror of a Christian king: “I would give all my fame for a pot of ale, and safety.” – William Shakespeare It is so … Continue reading U.S. National Infrastructure Protection Plan – Energy Sector (Homeland Security, 2005) – Energy is our Achilles Heel
Erik J. Dahl teaches naval history at the Naval War College in the United States, and in his paper on Naval Innovation – From Coal to Oil provides an overview of … Continue reading Naval Innovation – From Coal to Oil (Erik J. Dahl, 2001) U.S. Defence Technical Information Center – Energy Review
Climate Change and Energy is an excellent report which helps to get the gist of the subject matter, of course what the oil and gas producers point of view is. I also … Continue reading Climate Change and Energy, American Petroleum Institute (2017) Review – Getting our Priorities Straight!
Leading us down a blind alley. Let us shine a light for evidence-based science. If there is one thing scientists all agree on it is global warming. Or so we are … Continue reading How Energy Made Us (II) – The Sun’s Solar Cycle and the Effect it has on Us