Category Archives: Energy

Nanotech and Cleantech – The Missing Link to Carbon Emissions?

Growing concern over climate change driven by man-made carbon emissions is prompting governments world wide to look at ways of stabilizing or reducing their carbon footprint. The United Kingdom unveiled plans to set a “legally binding” target to cut carbon

Nanotech and Cleantech – The Missing Link to Carbon Emissions?

Growing concern over climate change driven by man-made carbon emissions is prompting governments world wide to look at ways of stabilizing or reducing their carbon footprint. The United Kingdom unveiled plans to set a “legally binding” target to cut carbon

New Investments in the US $500 Billion Energy Industry

Energy is the vital force powering business, manufacturing, and the transportation of goods and services to serve the American and world economies. Energy supply and demand plays an increasingly vital role in our national security and the economic output of

New Investments in the US $500 Billion Energy Industry

Energy is the vital force powering business, manufacturing, and the transportation of goods and services to serve the American and world economies. Energy supply and demand plays an increasingly vital role in our national security and the economic output of

Gas Pipelines Planned Make up 75% of Total Global – Spells Opportunity for Developing Nations

While pipeline construction requires a substantial capital expenditure, it is fast becoming the preferred mode of transportation of oil and gas resources when there is a long-term commitment between trade partners. As a result, the global oil and gas trunk

Gas Pipelines Planned Make up 75% of Total Global – Spells Opportunity for Developing Nations

While pipeline construction requires a substantial capital expenditure, it is fast becoming the preferred mode of transportation of oil and gas resources when there is a long-term commitment between trade partners. As a result, the global oil and gas trunk

India’s Alternative Power Future: Hydropower a Dying Source?

Hydropower has been a key renewable source of energy for India, evidenced by an increase in cumulative installed capacity from 26,269 megawatts (MW) in 2001 to 39,404 MW in 2009. However, due to increasing support for other renewable sources, wind,

India’s Alternative Power Future: Hydropower a Dying Source?

Hydropower has been a key renewable source of energy for India, evidenced by an increase in cumulative installed capacity from 26,269 megawatts (MW) in 2001 to 39,404 MW in 2009. However, due to increasing support for other renewable sources, wind,

Biomass Energy Predicted up to 5.8% of Total Electricty Supply by 2050

Biomass has always been an important source of energy for mankind and today it accounts for 10% of primary energy consumption. Most of this is traditional fuels used for cooking and heating in the developing world. In the developed world

Biomass Energy Predicted up to 5.8% of Total Electricty Supply by 2050

Biomass has always been an important source of energy for mankind and today it accounts for 10% of primary energy consumption. Most of this is traditional fuels used for cooking and heating in the developing world. In the developed world

Will BRIC Countries Beat the US in Renewable Energy Race

Rapid growth in economy and energy consumption in non-OECD countries will need an expansion in the power generation market. Governments will increasingly be looking to develop renewable energies to avoid power shortages that would stunt development and therefore mitigate government

Will BRIC Countries Beat the US in Renewable Energy Race

Rapid growth in economy and energy consumption in non-OECD countries will need an expansion in the power generation market. Governments will increasingly be looking to develop renewable energies to avoid power shortages that would stunt development and therefore mitigate government

U.S. Reliance on Energy Imports, Sign of Economic Weakness?

Real gross domestic product grows by 2.7 percent per year from 2009 to 2035, and oil prices grow to about $125 per barrel (2009 dollars) in 2035. In this environment, net imports of energy meet a major, but declining, share

U.S. Reliance on Energy Imports, Sign of Economic Weakness?

Real gross domestic product grows by 2.7 percent per year from 2009 to 2035, and oil prices grow to about $125 per barrel (2009 dollars) in 2035. In this environment, net imports of energy meet a major, but declining, share