Preventing Risk of Battery Fires in Shipping — Principia Scientific Intl.

As more and more electric vehicles (EVs) and battery-powered electronic devices are being transported by ships, highly inflammable lithium-ion batteries are increasingly impacting shipping safety.

Preventing Risk of Battery Fires in Shipping — Principia Scientific Intl.

Coal: Europe’s Security Blanket, Third World’s Necessity — CO2 Coalition

Author: Vijay Jayaraj | Published: American Thinker | Date: 28 June 2022 How many lives do European coal plants have? Nobody knows. But by now, most of the world understands that Europe’s reliance on coal is no longer deniable. 580 more words

Coal: Europe’s Security Blanket, Third World’s Necessity — CO2 Coalition

EPA loses – America Wins — CO2 Coalition

Victory for citizens and businesses alike In what is likely the most damaging setback ever dealt to those advocating for overzealous enforcement actions against greenhouse gas emissions, the Supreme Court of the United States… 252 more words

EPA loses – America Wins — CO2 Coalition

Game over? “Global shift of energy system to renewables is not happening”  — Tallbloke’s Talkshop

Lots of coal in Australia Renewables struggle to even keep pace with the increase in demand. They may sound good to some, but in the energy mix overall the heavy lifting is still done by fuel burning. When reality bites, climate theories get pushed aside. – – – The share of renewables in the global […]

Game over? “Global shift of energy system to renewables is not happening”  — Tallbloke’s Talkshop

India Buying Up Cheap Sanctioned Russian Oil and Selling to U.S. and E.U. — Principia Scientific Intl.

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the US has reluctantly given India permission to buy Russian oil because India has threatened to ditch their alliance with America and ally with China if the US dares to sanction them.

India Buying Up Cheap Sanctioned Russian Oil and Selling to U.S. and E.U. — Principia Scientific Intl.

Indian Coal Makes Electricity as Wind Farms Sit Idle — CO2 Coalition

Vijay Jayaraj – June 7, 2022 Amidst the clamor surrounding the intensive use of coal in China and India, one may not realize that these nations have some of the world’s largest renewable energy installations. In fact, I hail from the Indian state of Tamil Nadu which is often compared to Scandinavia for its large…

Indian Coal Makes Electricity as Wind Farms Sit Idle — CO2 Coalition

No ‘Green’ New Deal: Rural America Rejects Wind Industry’s Community Wrecking Agenda — STOP THESE THINGS

The wind industry’s efforts to destroy America’s rural communities have been brought to a shuddering halt. Across the States, well-organised pro-community and pro-reliable energy groups have won victory after victory, sending crony capitalists and subsidy-seeking carpetbaggers packing. That hard-working farmers and rural folk would reject the pitch that 600-700 foot high wind turbines and endless […]

No ‘Green’ New Deal: Rural America Rejects Wind Industry’s Community Wrecking Agenda — STOP THESE THINGS

Numbers Game: Smashing The Wind & Solar Power Storage Myth With Arithmetic — STOP THESE THINGS

Rent-seekers would have it that giant lithium-ion batteries are the simple answer to wind and solar’s hopeless intermittency, but that notion doesn’t stand first contact with the wind and solar industry’s nemesis: arithmetic. The wishful claim that we’ll all soon be powered by nothing but wind and solar is, of course, utter nonsense. And, as […]

Numbers Game: Smashing The Wind & Solar Power Storage Myth With Arithmetic — STOP THESE THINGS

Study quantifies metal supplies needed to reach EU’s climate neutrality goal — Watts Up With That?

Meeting the European Union’s Green Deal goal of climate neutrality by 2050 will require 35 times more lithium and 7 to 26 times the amount of increasingly scarce rare earth metals compared to Europe’s limited use today, according to a study from Belgian university KU Leuven.

Study quantifies metal supplies needed to reach EU’s climate neutrality goal — Watts Up With That?

‘Little hope’ of material new energy supplies by 2025, but US LNG is best bet in long term – analyst — Upstream

Neither renewable nor fossil fuel projects will impact energy market by 2025, but big schemes favoured to cure post-2030 shortfall

‘Little hope’ of material new energy supplies by 2025, but US LNG is best bet in long term – analyst — Upstream