All Forms of Renewable Energy to be Cheaper Than Power Generated from Fossil Fuel Sources by 2020

January 17, 2018 – It is turning into a no contest between legacy fossil-fuel power generation and renewable energy from wind, solar photovoltaic, and solar thermal according ... Continue Reading →

South Australia is Building the World’s Biggest Solar Thermal Power Plant

January 11, 2018 – Solar panels are popping up all over Australia, but none are quite like the ones that will be featured in a new power plant to be built north of Port Augusta, ... Continue Reading →

Where We Will See Technology Breakthroughs in 2018: Part 1

January 1, 2018 – Scientific research and technological innovation continue to disrupt humanity’s status quo as the pace of change accelerates. In the more than nine years ... Continue Reading →

Does Nuclear Energy Remain Viable in Our Pursuit of a Low Carbon Future?

December 26, 2017 – Peter Diamandis has shared his latest thoughts on the future of nuclear energy in a Christmas Eve message to his email subscribers. In it he talks about rising ... Continue Reading →

Canada Takes Baby Steps Towards a Low Carbon Future

December 24, 2017 – It is Christmas Eve and a new present going under Canada’s national tree is the creation of a low carbon economy fund set at $2 billion CDN. The fund ... Continue Reading →

Emerging Smart Off Grid Technology Fits What’s Needed for the 21st Century

December 22, 2017 – The water wheel, windmill and spinning wheel powered the Medieval World. Then steam engines were invented. The 19th century moved from candle-power to electricity, ... Continue Reading →

Wind Turbines Have Unforeseen Ecological and Local Climate Impacts

December 10, 2017 – In June this year, President Donald Trump held a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he praised coal and criticized wind energy. He pointed out that wind turbines ... Continue Reading →

New Evidence for Abundance States Peter Diamandis

December 4, 2017 – In a recent email blast from Peter Diamandis, he gives his perspective on the future stating we are barraged by negative news while the evidence of abundance ... Continue Reading →

Can We Integrate Power and Data Transmission?

December 1, 2017 – It is hard to believe that 2017 has entered its last month. It seems like as I get older, the years keep flying by faster. For me 2017 has bolted at breakneck ... Continue Reading →

Shell Acquires EV Charging Provider and Joins Car Consortium to Build an EV Station Network in Europe

November 27, 2017 – The electric vehicle (EV) age has taken one more step towards becoming a global reality within the next two decades. Royal Dutch Shell, the second largest ... Continue Reading →