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UK storage on the fly with 6.9 GW cumulative pipeline

Accordingly, the UK has seen just 2 MW of storage planning application in 2012, but since then applications have soared to reach a cumulative 6,874 MW in 2018 ... is now operational in the UK and a fu... read more

Energy Storage: The Final Barrier to Wind and Solar’s Success

PHS has a reported round-trip efficiency of about 75 percent, considerably higher than that of many other storage options. There are around 50 PHS systems of at least 1 gigawatt (GW) installed around ... read more

Limejump target battery asset portfolio of 1000 MW by 2022

Limejump announced that with the recent commissioning of an additional 20 MW of National Grid tested battery storage completed this week ... 130 MW of active Battery Capacity or over 40% of the UK mar... read more

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Anecdotal Evidence of Wind Turbine Syndrome

If you’re unfamiliar with that last reference, I refer you to my recent Slate piece: In the past several years, scores of people living near wind farms have claimed to have been sickened by noise from ... read more


Nintendo Is Considering A Successor To The 3DS According To Its New President

The newly appointed Nintendo President, Shuntaro Furukawa, may have only officially stepped into his position earlier this week, but already he’s been talking to a number of local media outlets in Jap... read more

Wind Energy Is Getting Cheaper And Cheaper

However, battery parks like Glassenbury in Kent are springing up that can meet gaps in demand, but nothing like a 2 GW nuclear power plant; still, a few MW here and there is slowly adding up. But, lik... read more

Global Compressors and Vacuum Pumps Industry

Global Cumulative Infrastructure Spending (In US$ Trillion) between the period 2013-2030 by Sector (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Commercial Rise of Compressed Air Energy Storage Technology & Pl... read more

What It Would Really Take to Reverse Climate Change?

Someone pointed me at Renewable energy ‘simply WON’T WORK’: Top Google engineers in El Rego, which is Lewis “you know you can’t trust me” Page’s take on What It Would Really Take to Reverse Climate Ch... read more

Thorium Power Is the Safer Future of Nuclear Energy

Nuclear fission using thorium is easily within our reach, and, compared with conventional nuclear energy, the risks are considerably lower. Thorium’s Story Ideas for using thorium have been around sin... read more

Eight Toxic Foods: A Little Chemical Education

Update: You’ll notice in this post that I refer to some sites that the original BuzzFeed article I’m complaining out sends people to, often pointing out that these didn’t actually support the wilder c... read more

A canary in the coal mine? Or a bird pining for the fjords?

Why is it that so many bloggable items tend to pop up right before holidays? Whatever the reason, whether my perception that this is the case is accurate or simply the result of confirmation bias on m... read more



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