Tracking silky sharks has revealed them to be swift swimmers. But they’re also one of the most heavily fished sharks globally. Will expanded marine protection in the Tropical Eastern Pacific go far enough to protect these long-distance swimmers?
The new regulatory framework (Energy Efficiency eXisting ship Index - EEXI) around CO2 emissions for existing shipping come into force in January 2023 and many ship owners are now considering how to meet these through either operational changes or technical alterations.
A huge share of the energy landscape has been occupied by wind energy, which comes with a growing conviction on the intermittent nature of wind.
The development of wind energy is accelerating around the world in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and slow climate change.
Conservation efforts for other animals have likely helped protect many reptile species, according to a new study led by NatureServe, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and Conservation International, in partnership with Monash University.
A new analysis led by North Carolina State University researchers found offshore wind power could help lower wholesale electricity prices on average for six states in New England, with relatively low risk of wind turbines failing during extreme winter storms.
The national economy is reenergizing, quite literally. In 2021, Americans used 5% more energy than in 2020, according to the most recent energy flow charts released by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).
Hitachi Energy has launched its OceaniQ™ portfolio1 for the offshore energy environment, which will be showcased this week at the annual WindEurope event in Bilbao, Spain.
Wind energy depends on effective wind turbine blades, which serve as airfoils, structures similar to an airplane wing.
Texas can serve as a model for the country on how to efficiently substitute coal with solar and wind for the energy requirements of the state while adhering to environmental targets, according to a new study by engineers from Rice University.