Residential Energy Storage Batteries Charge Ahead

Residential Energy Storage Batteries Charge Ahead

By the end of this year, and for the first time in history, more people are going to store energy in personal residential batteries that are tied to the electrical grid. This represents a 57% increase in total residential battery system sales. Grid-tied home batteries...
For power, plug into your nearest volcano

For power, plug into your nearest volcano

There are 20 known “supervolcanos” around the world, including the Yellowstone Caldera, a 30 by 45-mile depression in the northwest corner of Wyoming. A supervolcano is one whose volcanic center has erupted at a magnitude of 8 (the highest) on the Volcano Explosivity...
Powering Up Down Under

Powering Up Down Under

Last year, strong winds ravaged Australia, damaging critical energy infrastructure and cutting power to the entire south part of the country. 1.7 million Australians were left without power and, to make matters worse, further blackouts occurred early the following...
Artificial Intelligence, real savings

Artificial Intelligence, real savings

Artificial intelligence has the ability to recognize complex or miniscule patterns in massive data sets that would be nearly impossible for humans to uncover. Such calculations would simply take too long to determine or have a number of variables whose values change...
Fusion reactors—generating attention

Fusion reactors—generating attention

Tokamak Energy, one of the leading private energy companies, recently announced a milestone in their UK reactor as it successfully generated plasma in its core. The fusion reactor, named ST40, can produce temperatures of up to 100 million degrees Celsius (180 million...