of land, says report...(Natural News) If the U.S. wants to completely rely on solar power, it will need to set aside a lot of land. But solar energy can fulfill the world's power needs, and an article on Inverse states that the average nation can
Australian company Tritium seems to be taking the European fast charging market by storm. Its new EU headquarters was launched in the Netherlands.
Bob Effendi, a native of Indonesia, helped ThorCon win its 2015 deals with Indonesian companies to work on thorium nuclear power.
by the end of this year...(Natural News) New research published in the journal Joule warns that the energy consumption needed to mine and process Bitcoin could end up being far higher than anyone ever imagined before the year's end.
Combining the unique strengths of lithium batteries with crazy-fast charging, carbon ultra-capacitors could save a ton of weight and add significant range and power to electric vehicles, according to Nawa Technologies.
The number of individual stalls in the Tesla Supercharging network now exceeds 10,000… several months behind the schedule, but still it's the biggest such network by far in the world.
The US DOE announced $24 million in funding for 10 projects as part of a new Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) program: Modeling-Enhanced Innovations Trailblazing Nuclear Energy Reinvigoration (MEITNER). MEITNER teams will identify an
Russia has by far the largest nuclear energy industry in the world.
"Bitcoin is evil" articles exist in profusion, and these days I pretty much ignore them. But one of the recent types - raising awareness of Bitcoin's environmental unsustainability - has engaged me. As it turns out, I have an unusual backgr
Magnax prepares to manufacture radically high-powered, compact axial flux electric motor
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Tesla just updated its global map of Supercharging stations, expanding it with new stations planned for installation.
Every year, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, a federal research facility funded by the Department of Energy and UC Berkeley, puts out a fascinating Sankey diagram that shows the fate of all energy that gets generated and consumed in the Un
Most batteries are made up of a cathode on one side and an anode on the other, with a nonconducting separator between them.
Robert Zubrin was an inventor of the magnetic sail with Dana Andrews when they looked at the drag of a magnetic scoop intended for a Bussard ramjet.
Positron Dynamics gave an overview and update on their Antimatter propulsion work.
"Lee" used cryptocurrency mining ASICs to heat his bath, which turned the temperature up to 122 Fahrenheit.