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Cal on July 17th, 2017

The Daily Beast tells us How Nikola Tesla Sparked the Electric Age. Although many say Tesla invented the twentieth century, it is more fitting to say he invented the twenty-first century, Kenny Breuer, Professor of Engineering at Brown University says most of Tesla’s inventions became “winners” later, “so for years no one really appreciated his achievements. […]

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Cal on July 12th, 2017

  A recent report from the US Energy Information Administration on energy production shows that wind and solar, despite receiving tens of billions in government subsidies, provided only 3.2% of the country’s total energy in 2016. The EIA data revealed that fossil fuels, nuclear and hydro provided more than 90% of 2016 US energy production with rising […]

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Cal on July 9th, 2017

Netherland, Sewell & Associates, Inc. said the volume of natural gas estimated in the Tamar field off Israel stands at 11.2 trillion cubic feet, with an additional 14.6 million barrels of condensate. This is a 13% increase from the previous estimate of this natural gas bonanza. Condensate is an ultra-light mixture of hydrocarbon liquids. Once on […]

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Cal on June 29th, 2017

Have you ever wondered what goes on inside a nuclear fusion reactor?  See the video here. The US is now supplying liquefied natural gas (LNG) to South Korea. One of the largest buyers of LNG in the world, the Korea Gas Corp. has entered into a 20-year sales and purchase agreement with Cheniere Energy Inc., which operates […]

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Cal on June 23rd, 2017

     Source:  World Energy 2017-2050: Annual Report

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Cal on June 17th, 2017

In its annual review of world energy, BP said renewable energy contributed almost 40% of the growth in global power generation in 2016. Solar power generation increased 29.6% last year, while wind power grew by 15.6% percent and coal fell 6.2%.  Coal’s decline in electricity production was the largest one year drop on record. Asia-Pacific overtook Europe […]

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Cal on June 6th, 2017

The International Energy Agency (IEA) reported that global new nuclear capacity additions totaled 10 gigawatts last year, the highest rate since 1990. The IEA also said that from 2010 to 2015, renewable power generation grew by more than 30% and is forecast to grow by another 30% between 2015 and 2020. A new study from […]

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Cal on May 30th, 2017

Russia: Sources for Electricity Generation  

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