Green Energy

Decline in Green Transition

The European Union is a global frontrunner in cutting carbon emissions but is also moving to ensure the green transition doesn’t make it an industrial desert, with a raft of measures due to be announced next week. Europe’s industrial competitiveness in relation to the United States and China, the world’s two biggest economies, has become […]

Clean Technology

U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said the United States and the European Union were in talks about a free trade-style deal around clean technology, the Financial Times reported on Friday. “We don’t want to see any trade rivalry. And we’re in discussion with our EU counterparts about how to make sure we can do this […]

reset renewables

BP hasn’t fallen out of love with renewables. It just wants to have more power. CEO Bernard Looney’s pursuit of green energy outstripped all rivals three years ago when he outlined a radical blueprint to move away from fossil fuels. Last month he applied the brakes, slowing BP’s planned cuts in oil and gas and […]

CO2 Battery

A new carbon dioxide battery (CO2) has entered the energy market. Yes, you did read that right, a CO2 battery, and it might be just what wind turbines are looking for to help them harness the full force of the wind. Carbon dioxide is used in the technology to store heat and pressure energy. It’s […]

Supply Chain Monitoring

Even before the pandemic caused crowded ports and a labor shortage in global supply chains, supply chain optimization was crucial. Moreover, governments and business executives are working harder to optimize supply chain operations. As the current geopolitical climate presents new global supply chain challenges for organizations. Supply Chain Monitoring can prove to be crucial for […]

Hydrogen in Smart Grid

What role does green hydrogen created from renewable energy sources using electrolyzers play in the global effort to decarbonize electricity and smart energy grids? Is it an unrealized chimera, a conceivable but distant reality, a game-changer, or the answer to all of our decarbonization problems? In this post, we review the many methodologies being investigated, […]

Hydrogen Power

In addition to battery power and renewable fuels, hydrogen has the potential to be a paradigm-shifting technology that will be crucial in developing the carbon-neutral civilizations of the future. A kind of energy called hydrogen has characteristics that can lower the overall amount of greenhouse gas emissions. While biofuels, battery-electric vehicles, and machines may already […]


The “Conference of the Parties,” sometimes known as “COP,” is an annual gathering of the nations that have ratified the UNFCCC, the Kyoto Protocol, or the Paris Agreement. Ministers, negotiators, and world leaders gather to collectively decide how to combat climate change and its effects. To add transparency and more comprehensive viewpoints to the process, […]