Oil Tankers Already Sailing Into The Sunset Of Peak Oil Demand

Credit to Author: Michael Barnard| Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2023 16:35:59 +0000

DALL·E generated image of a very large crude carrier steaming toward the sunset, digital artThe number of new VLCCs to be delivered in 2024? Zero. The number to be delivered in 2025? One.

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Dismissal Of Methanol As Marine Fuel Leads To Pushback

Credit to Author: Michael Barnard| Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2023 00:13:45 +0000

DALL·E generated image of a clean electric container ship sailing past islands under a beautiful blue sky with small clouds, digital artMethanol is like hydrogen. Job one is to decarbonize existing uses before inventing new ones. As a marine fuel, it’s not the best choice.

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Atlantic Crossing By Methanol-Powered Ship Is Neither Viable Nor Carbon Neutral

Credit to Author: Michael Barnard| Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2023 11:30:46 +0000

DALL·E generated image of an electric container ship sailing on a beautiful sea under a clear sky, digital artOver the past couple of years, I’ve reached the end of my first set of scenarios for marine decarbonization through 2100. My bets are on batteries for all inland and two-thirds of short-sea shipping, and biofuels for the rest. It took me years to work through the aspects of synthetic and biologically fossil fuel alternatives, […]

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2023 Global Energy Trends: Crisis, Contingencies, & Climate Change (Video Included!)

Credit to Author: Danielle Garland| Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2023 17:04:10 +0000

Listen in to CleanTechnica’s most recent webinar, during which we demystified 2023 global energy trends. Last year, world leaders gathered at COP26 to set targets for decarbonizing the global economy and the table was set for the energy transition. What are experts in the industry saying about this transition in the coming year? Check out […]

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New Generator Rolls into Ocean Energy

Credit to Author: U.S. Department of Energy| Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2023 04:40:17 +0000

Tsunamis, hurricanes, and maritime weather are monitored using sensors and other devices on platforms in the ocean to help keep coastal communities safe — until the batteries on these platforms run out of juice. Without power, ocean sensors can’t collect critical wave and weather data, which results in safety concerns for coastal communities that rely […]

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Pioneering U.S. Wave Energy Power Plant Unveiled

Credit to Author: Sonal Patel| Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2023 18:09:09 +0000

One of the first U.S.-based wave energy power plants is set to be deployed at AltaSea’s 35-acre campus located at the Port of Los Angeles. Israeli firm Eco Wave Power, which unveiled the project on Jan. 12, said the AltaSea pilot would help the company make inroads in the U.S. Eco Wave’s onshore wave energy […]

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Our Most Popular & Powerful Water Power Moments From 2022

Credit to Author: U.S. Department of Energy| Date: Sat, 07 Jan 2023 19:18:38 +0000

Sometimes, climate change can seem like such a daunting and insurmountable challenge that even reading about seemingly small (but terrifying) temperature shifts, unusual weather patterns, or shrinking water supplies can feel, well, exhausting. That is why we try to offer good news, in bite-sized nuggets, that show just a few of the many solutions our […]

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Beneath the Surface: How Kerry Strout Grantham Negotiates Sustainable Human Growth (& Some Stinky Hikers)

Credit to Author: U.S. Department of Energy| Date: Sat, 24 Dec 2022 14:00:01 +0000

In the early 2010s, Kerry Strout Grantham trekked along Maine’s Appalachian Trail — not to find moose or loons or to forge rivers or brave the 100-mile wilderness (though she did all that, too). Instead, she hiked and paddled to find other hikers and to ask them a few questions about a very different kind […]

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