Due to legislation, Germany’s wind power acceleration law might be delayed
Due to a lack of time for stakeholder and ministerial engagement, the German government's quest for further wind power capacity expansion might be postponed. Despite consultation with the relevant ministries, Justice Minister Marco Buschmann of the Free Democratic Party (FDP)…
Will recent conflict and energy crisis lead to a quicker transition to renewable energy?
As the conflict between Russia and Ukraine continues, countries all around the world are experiencing its impact. The globe has imposed severe sanctions on Russia and reduced oil and gas shipments, leading prices to skyrocket. Russia, one of the top…
The Five Biggest New Energy Trends In 2022
In today's world, practically everyone is on board with the idea that humans need to make the transition away from the usage of fossil fuels in order to limit the harm that we are causing to our planet and the…
Neutrino Energy: Paving the Way So Others May Follow
The way people utilize energy is rapidly evolving. However, the transition to renewable sources has to take place much more quickly if we are going to be able to stop the increase in average world temperatures. This applies not just…
Solar industry warns of slowdown due to supply chain disruptions
As a result of global supply chain concerns and the possibility of additional U.S. tariffs on solar panel imports from Southeast Asia, the solar industry is forecasting a major slowdown in project installations. Southern Co., a U.S. power operator, said…
The 12 Most Exciting Scientific Discoveries of March 2022
Every day, the planet continues to rotate, circling our parent star and gently spinning around the center of our galaxy in accordance with the rules of physics. These laws were not always well known. In fact, they're essentially breaking news…
Neutrinos: The Future’s Endless Energy Supply
A revolution in the replacement of present electric power systems is on the horizon, and neutrinos are the main players of this revolution. There are billions of these particles all over the universe, and they are limitless and inexhaustible. The…
Bombarding neutrinos cause resonance
Certain neutrino/matter collisions result in a phenomenon called resonance, which is typified by unusually regular particle scattering after neutrino impact. It's postulated that this resonance could explain why neutrinos have mass and, therefore, how to exploit this mass better to…