If Facilitated, The Offshore Wind Energy Can Result In Energy Dominance

Reportedly, the Trump government has promised an “America First” policy and hyped a path for energy dominance. In the last few years, offshore wind energy has been a stimulating element of this agenda. Nonetheless, the recent actions by the U.S. DOI (Department of Interior) have left the industry and workers—whoContinue Reading

Non-Toxic Solar Cells Could Soon Be A Reality

Installation of solar panels is escalating in the United States, with early 2019 observing over 2 Million new installations—a record-high count, as per the latest Solar Energy Industries Association and Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables report. An engineers’ team from the Washington University, St Louis, found the KBaTeBiO6, a bismuth-halideContinue Reading

NEC To Add Six New Energy Storage Projects With Capacity Of Over 20 MW

A Massachusetts-based advanced batteries-manufacturing company, NEC Energy Solutions has recently declared its six new energy storage projects with the capacity of over 20 MW at different metropolitan power stations. The recently announced projects are located in the different states under New England, US. The projects are based on the prototypeContinue Reading

A New Plan Cleared For Coal Mining And Oil Drilling On Land At Utah’s GSENM

Reportedly, the U.S. administration had passed a new plan for gas and oil drilling and coal mining on land stripped from Utah’s GSENM (Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument) by the President Trump’s government 2 Years ago. This plan was publicized by the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) recently and will alsoContinue Reading

Electric Vehicles Could Help Wind Farms To Utilize Surplus Energy

The global electric vehicle (EV) market is emerging at a flourishing pace, with the motive of significantly reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide, which is emitted by the existing gas-powered vehicles and other sectors. However, the growing adoption of electric vehicles begins to face fuel scarcity, as the energy grids are notContinue Reading