From the Express – Rising temperatures due to greenhouse gas emissions will fundamentally change electricity consumption patterns in Europe. A team of scientists from Germany and the United States analysed what unchecked future warming means for Europe’s electricity demand. They found daily peak loads in Southern Europe will likely increase and overall consumption will shift […]
Sovcomflot vessel cut through thinning sea ice on the northern sea route to carry its cargo of fuel from Norway to South Korea in record time. By Megan Darby A commercial ship has crossed the Arctic’s northern sea route without an icebreaker escort, in the first such voyage logged by Russian administrators. To take advantage of shrinking Arctic […]
In short, we need to think more like brand strategists and social scientists, and less like utilities and engineers. Purveyors of energy efficiency now have the opportunity to do this by crafting rich, dimensional communications designed to appeal to …
Former Liberal Democrat leader Lord Ashdown will step into the row over plans to build pylons across Shropshire and Mid Wales during a visit to the region.
The 2014 year is on its way out, and Shale Plays Media is taking these last two weeks to recap the various major stories that have impacted the world of oil and gas over the last year. On Wednesday, Mexico’s energy reform and exports for the year were highlighted in an original piece you can […]
Environmentalists outraged as Spanish conservative Miguel Arias Canete is given top clean energy job in parliamentary horse trade
The MoEF has ripped apart the Nuclear Power Corporation of India’s environment impact assessment report on the proposed atomic power plant near Gujaratâs South Saurashtra coast.
The University of Glasgow has become the first university in Europe to commit to divesting from the fossil fuel industry, campaigners have said.