Category Archives: Energy

Trumping the climate

by Judith Curry

So  . . . what can we expect from the Trump administration on environment/climate/energy?

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Vehicular decarbonisation – two new technologies to watch

by Rud Istvan

This post addresses issues related to  ‘vehicular decarbonization’. It is  an energy storage insider’s narrative of how tough a slog developing some of the requisite applied science technologies has been over the past decades. It is a saga of research twists and turns, abject failures, near misses, and ‘before its time’ inventions.

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Week in review – energy and policy edition

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week.

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Clean energy emergency

by Judith Curry

Right about now would be a good time for people who care about climate change to acknowledge our clean energy crisis. – Mike Shellenberger

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Week in review – energy, water and food edition

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week.

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Energy and Environment on the “Garden Island”

by Planning Engineer

·        Countering the presumption that renewables are always the environmentally preferable alternative, this column suggests that serious consideration should be given to examining if for the short term, fossil fuel might be the “environmentally correct” near term alternative for Kauai.

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Is much of our effort to combat global warming actually making things worse?

by Judith Curry

Humanity is owed a serious investigation of how we have gone so far with the decarbonization project without a serious challenge in terms of engineering reality. – Michael Kelly

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