Article - 18 Apr 2018
For a long time there has been no mention from the U.S. Department of Energy on dimethyl ether (DME), but at last they are supporting development. The Ford Motor Company beat them to the punch, by...
Article - 2 Jun 2016
Grid-based energy storage directly addresses one of the main issues facing renewable energy; renewable sources aren’t always available. The sun doesn’t always shine. The wind doesn’t always blow.
Article - 15 Jul 2015
The northernmost country in Western Europe, Norway, the land of the midnight sun, is known for its fjords, or long, narrow and mountainous inlets, along its coast. Two of these fjords, the...
Article - 2 Jul 2015
Costa Rica is considered to be the most biodiverse country on the planet. In an effort to preserve the natural habitats of this nation, Costa Rica has recently emerged as a global leader in promoting...
Article - 8 Feb 2013
Energy and water share a very close relationship, a nexus, which if understood could solve water and energy problems.
Article - 7 Jan 2013
Accelerated fuel consumption is coinicding with its ever growing shortage and it is important as it has ever been to be researching and producing alternative methods to fuel without creating a...
Article - 26 Nov 2012
Surprisingly, the whole global warming frenzy revolves more around an inert gas CO2, than mercury, lead, and cadmium, which are constantly polluting the air, water and soil causing several diseases...
Article - 13 Sep 2012
Spain is a European country that borders the Mediterranean Sea, Bay of Biscay and North Atlantic Ocean. The countryis the fourth largest in Europe and the second largest in the European Union.
Article - 29 Jun 2012
Over the article the different types of biofuels, how they are formed, and where they are being used will be discussed.
Article - 29 Mar 2008
Most oceanographers have assumed that, in the areas of the world's oceans known as High Nutrient, Low Chlorophyll (HNLC) regions, the iron needed to fertilize infrequent plankton blooms comes almost...