A Return to the Age of Sailing Ships: Nostalgia or Nonsense?

Amidst the vast ocean of over 110,000 vessels, a mere 100 utilize such wind assistance. It’s akin to finding a needle in a… well, ocean.

The Green Energy Future Is Arriving Faster Than You Think — Or Not

It’s the usual touching faith that central planning really is going to work this time, because it will be done more intelligently.

Ellesmere Port Residents Derail Hydrogen Heating Trial

there is no strong local support.

Europe’s Crisis:  Blame Green Energy Policy

The lesson from Europe is that reliance on wind, solar, and imported natural gas is expensive and risky energy policy.

Electric Vehicles: Arthur Berman, Pedro Prieto, & Simon Michaux | Reality Roundtable #1

Are current EV initiatives taking a science-based systems approach towards this massive economic, environmental, and cultural shift or are they rooted in energy blindness?

Green Industrialization Greatly Increases CO2 Emissions

What we need is supply chain emission analysis.

Column: Looming European Energy Crisis: A Lesson in Averages that Won’t Soon be Forgotten

A whole world of trouble will come your way if your plans are built on averages but you cannot live with the extremes.

“Green” Energy Threatens South Korea’s Economy

Businesses see these plans as “threatening to industries” as well as “far-fetched and ambiguous.”

More Amtrak High-Speed Train Delays

The outdated infrastructure has raised questions about the efficiency and efficacy of such endeavors.

The Earth’s Green Future is Forked

Countries that will likely rely on coal and diverge from the western approach have very large populations.

Sulfur: A Potential Resource Crisis That Could Stifle Green Technology and Threaten Food Security as The World Decarbonizes

By recognising the sulfur crisis now, we can develop national and international policies to manage future sulfur demand, increase resource recycling, and develop alternative cheap supplies which have minimal environmental…

Hydrogen Is Unlikely Ever to Be a Viable Solution to The Energy Storage Conundrum

I don’t know how much extra our energy would cost if we forcibly got rid of all hydrocarbons and shifted to wind and solar backed up by “green” hydrogen —…

China’s Blood Batteries

Are Electric Vehicles really clean? They run on dirty energy and blood of children as young as 6. Electric cars drive human rights abuse and child labour. China is one…

Study quantifies metal supplies needed to reach EU’s climate neutrality goal

Meeting the European Union’s Green Deal goal of climate neutrality by 2050 will require 35 times more lithium and 7 to 26 times the amount of increasingly scarce rare earth…

The Green Hydrogen Swindle

From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT By Paul Homewood h/t Philip Bratby From the Telegraph: Engineers will rarely tell you something is impossible, even when your proposal is…

Report On The Status Of The U.S. Energy Storage Project

After all, it doesn’t take a genius to realize that wind and solar produce nothing on a calm night.

Can Australian Green Hydrogen Replace Russian Gas?

It seems like we will need an awful lot of solar panels, simply to replace a tiny amount of gas!

Zeppelin Back To Life? Start-Up ‘H2 Clipper’ Green Dirigible Boasts 170-Ton Payload, 7500 M3 Cargo Space

Using liquid hydrogen and fuel cell technology, the H2 Clipper is claimed to “operate efficiently at service ranges from under 500 to well over 6,000 miles” and travel at 175…

“Green” Media Misrepresents World’s Energy Reality

The reality that fossil fuels will dominate the global energy sector for many decades renders meaningless the sacrifices people in the West are being asked to make — high energy…

Claim: Green Steel “Decades Off”, Requires “Affordable Renewables”

BlueScope Steel has poured cold water on fantasies that “green steel”, steel produced by hydrogen reduction rather than a fossil fuel powered blast furnace, will be commercially viable anytime soon.

Germany Weighs Electricity Rationing Scheme To Stabilize Its Now Shaky Green Power Grid

The result of all the government meddling is becoming glaringly clear: the country now finds itself on the verge of blackouts due to grid instability, has the highest electricity prices…

How a government-linked foundation could speed the spread of new clean-energy technologies

The United States is a world leader in scientific research and technological development. But new inventions have to be brought to market and then widely adopted to have a deep…

Surprising science – There’s no such thing as clean energy

Meticulous Research Review Questions Environmental Impacts and Feasibility of “Green Energy” Transition A meticulous new review published in the scientific journal, Energies, conducted by a team of Irish and US-based…

California’s Looming ‘Green New Car Wreck’

The numbers don’t pencil out for the future where just 25% of cars in California would be electric. On September 23, California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order that…

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