Can ammonia become the world's go-to liquid fuel and renewable energy storage medium? One entrepreneur thinks it can.
Articles: wind power (5)
After years of delays and legal battles, several offshore wind projects seem poised to be launched off the U.S. East Coast.
Following on my recent post bidding Farewell to The Oil Drum, I'd like to have a look at what I view as our longer term future for energy production and consumption.
To what degree is it necessary, possible or desirable to rely on a massive, state, national or global-scale infrastructure build-out to save us from climate catastrophe and energy depletion?
Perhaps the biggest shortcoming of solar and wind power is their intermittency. In locations like Hawaii, where I live, wind and solar power are already competitive on price. My fossil-fuel supplied electricity typically costs above 40 cents a kilowatt-hour, and wind and solar power can compete …