“If intermittent renewable energies were subject to the laws of the market, neither wind turbines nor solar power plants would see the light of day”

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Tribune. The news – COP26, spectacular rise in the cost of energy – reminds us every day: the energy transition is underway and must still accelerate. However, to be successful, this can only be done in accordance with the laws of the market. The electricity market in France, as in Europe for that matter, is … Read more

‘Mantle wind’ blows through slab window beneath Panama

Journal Reference: David V. Bekaert, Esteban Gazel, Stephen Turner, Mark D. Behn, J. Marten de Moor, Sabin Zahirovic, Vlad C. Manea, Kaj Hoernle, Tobias P. Fischer, Alexander Hammerstrom, Alan M. Seltzer, Justin T. Kulongoski, Bina S. Patel, Matthew O. Schrenk, Sæmundur A. Halldórsson, Mayuko Nakagawa, Carlos J. Ramírez, John A. Krantz, Mustafa Yücel, Christopher J. … Read more

Wind and solar could power the world’s major countries most of the time

Journal Reference: Dan Tong, David J. Farnham, Lei Duan, Qiang Zhang, Nathan S. Lewis, Ken Caldeira, Steven J. Davis. Geophysical constraints on the reliability of solar and wind power worldwide. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-26355-z In a paper published recently in Nature Communications, the authors, including experts from China’s Tsinghua University, the Carnegie … Read more

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