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From David and Goliath to Luke Skywalker and the Death Star, the human race has been reminded again and again that big things have their vulnerable points. The U.S. power grid, sometimes called the world’s largest machine, is no exception.
[ScienceAlert] This time, we’ll look at space heating. In Melbourne you need it, if you don’t want to be the bad guy who goes around telling everybody to put on jumpers instead of heating the house. Our house is heated by gas, and occasionally by a wood fire. Space heating, as you can imagine, is one of the big energy […]
On the Virgin America plane ride from San Francisco to Washington Dulles in January I had the pleasure of watching Pixar’s computer-animated action film sequel “Cars 2.” I knew there was some “controversy” stirred up by some conservative blog about director John Lasseter taking on Big Oil by making the fossil fuel industry the bad guy and clean alternative fuels […]
Renewable energies and demand-side technologies have become the third largest investment class for venture capitalists (VC) in the U.S. This was just one of the messages heard by the more than 700 investors and entrepreneurs who convened on the campus of the University of California Davis this week for a three-day conference that showcased the newest in clean energy technologies.
Like the rest of us, advocates for renewables can fail to spot their true friends. Fans of the recent blockbuster Avatar might imagine that ecosystems get rescued by dreadlocked tree-huggers while the film's bad guys are on the ecological frontline. Buzzcuts and heavy weaponry may jar with climate change aesthetics, but back on planet Earth, though, the US military is now spearheading the global assault on carbon emissions on a range of fronts, including solar power.
Advocates of reducing carbon emissions say the advanced energy economy's rapid growth requires the embrace of qualified individuals from all backgrounds -- including fossil fuels -- to reach ambitious climate goals.
Downtown: That’s where the fight to turn back global climate change is. The bad guys are the Jets and the Sharks and Officer Krupke (that’s a Westside Story reference) and the Crips and the Bloods (back to reality) and the cops and the robbers and the Mayor and the City Council and you and me and the guy on the […]
A cybersecurity expert offers four key tips for renewable energy asset owners, who face an increased risk of attacks.
Tens of thousands of people walking in lockstep across the Brooklyn Bridge. The harrowing sight of a blacked-out Times Square. Unsettling, worrisome images such as these- images that should be imaginary, if not inconceivable to us - are becoming steadily more familiar. This last week was more reminiscent of the 1965 blackout than it was of the 2001 terrorist attacks, but no doubt the bad guys are taking notes. Unless none of our nation's enemies have CNN or a newspaper subscription, they have surely noted that 35 years later, we are still one equipment failure away from a blackout of staggering scope and economic impact - not to mention the impact on the way we think about ourselves.
Highlighting the urgent need to address grid vulnerabilities, the U.S. Dept. of Energy and the National Renewable Energy Lab have launched a cybersecurity innovation program to support the country's rapid clean energy transition.
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