Who would win if there was a World Cup for clean energy?
The construction of both residential and commercial properties is encroaching further and further into our countryside. As a result, wildlife habitats are negatively affected and the UK’s biodiversity suffers. Thankfully, there are solutions being developed which will allow us to coexist peacefully with our indigenous animal species. Read on to find out what issues exist and how conservation-friendly construction can remedy them…
Researchers at Penn State say they have developed a self-heating battery that permits fast charging in cold temperatures with less degradation. Self-Heating Battery Improves Charging In Cold Temperatures syndicated from Clean Technica
The European passenger plug-in market continues pushing forward, registering some 29,000 registrations in May. That’s up 38% compared to the same period last year and pulls the year-to-date (YTD) count to over 146,000 deliveries (+44%), keeping the 2018 market share at 2.1% (2.0% in May). 37 more words
The head of the Australian Energy Council says finding ways to ensure dispatchable renewable energy is now “the main game in the electricity market”. The outgoing CEO of the AEC Matthew Warren says it’s now cheaper to invest in renewables over coal, despite coal-fired power stations providing “reliable baseload power”. 31 more words