A new project explores how artificial intelligence could help power grids anticipate and recover from natural disasters
Patrick J. Michaels Yesterday, Nature Geosciences published an article by Richard Millar of the University of Exeter and nine coauthors that states the climate models have been predicting too much warming. Adjusting for this, along with...Show More Summary
Despite devastating weather that sent energy market participants into a frenzy, the average of the 12-month forward curve for WTI remained flat month on month at $50.43/b. However, internal rates of return (IRR) increased across the board due in large part to higher natural gas liquids (NGLs) prices. Show More Summary
The Truth about the Need for Electric Transmission Investment: Sixteen Myths Debunked Julia Frayer, Eva Wang, Marie Fagan, Barbara Porto, Jinglin Duan, September 2017 (London Economics for the WIRES Group) Synopsis WIRES commissioned...Show More Summary
All About Climate Change In 17 Short Answers Climate Change Is Complex. We’ve Got Answers to Your Questions. Justin Gillis, September 19, 2017 (NY Times) “…[Understanding the facts about global] warming can be daunting…[This easy-to-read...Show More Summary
How a major manufacturer saves millions of gallons of water a year by increasing the water cycles of its cooling tower (and how leveraging "big data" can help). The post Petrochemical Manufacturer Shaves Water Use by 100M Gallons per Year appeared first on Environmental Leader.
A key theme in World Water Week was “un-tapping” wastewater; that is, viewing wastewater as a valued resource instead of as something to discard. Currently repurposed wastewater accounts for only 2.41% of all water use globally. With...Show More Summary
A Japanese team develops a new solar cell that you can wash and wear
The EPA may rewrite the rules governing the disposal for coal ash, which is used in such things a cement and drywall. The post EPA May Reconsider Rules for Disposing of Coal Ash, Used in Everyday Products appeared first on Environmental Leader.