By The Guardian on March 25, 2013
Deal struck by Centrica will see the first major exports of controversial shale gas
By Guest Author on November 26, 2012
Addressing the water-energy-food nexus means addressing complex challenges that cross boundaries between countries, industries and the public and private sectors.
By The Guardian on June 22, 2012
New analysis shows the world emitted a record 31.8bn tonnes of carbon from energy consumption in 2010.
By Gavin Hudson on June 1, 2012
This week, Green data center announced another potential solution to save energy: the world’s most powerful direct current (DC) data center. Since transforming energy between alternating current and direct current creates heat, Green has opted to run a portion of their servers purely on DC, reducing the transformation steps from around five to just two.
By The Guardian on May 22, 2012
In the same week that Japan mothballed its last reactor, South Korea began work on two new nuclear power stations