The new administration in Washington, D.C., has a sharply different vision for the development and use of our nation’s abundant energy resources, including coal. These riches are seen as a strength, not something to be kept Continue reading →
Global solar energy production is taking a major hit due to air pollution and dust.
Duke engineering professor Michael Bergin (left) stands with Indian Institute of Technology-Gandhinagar colleague Chinmay Ghoroi (right) next to that university’s extremely dusty solar panel array. Continue reading →
A similar and very interesting story referenced previously is the ITERS project.
Researchers from the Chalmers University of Technology think they’ve developed a method that could eliminate one of remaining obstacles to stable and sustainable nuclear fusion, which Continue reading →