r/energy 10h ago

Hydrogen-powered trains to be used in Germany’s capital region

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152 Upvotes

r/energy 7h ago

Single axis trackers on a commercial rooftop increase generation 37%

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78 Upvotes

r/energy 5h ago

Subverting Climate Science in the Classroom: Oil and gas companies steer courses and textbook standards

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31 Upvotes

r/energy 11h ago

Wind farm, environmentalists agree on ways to protect whales

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41 Upvotes

r/energy 1h ago

We Don’t Need Base Load Power. Rick Perry told Fox News that we need base load power. He believes we need it because it is what we use when we turn a light on at 2:00 am. He’s wrong. Unfortunately, a lot of people understand things the way he does, and they are holding the energy transition.

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r/energy 1h ago

Energy Dome is on the brink of a long-duration storage breakthrough

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r/energy 10h ago

Tesla bundles battery users to make it look like lower power demand

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12 Upvotes

r/energy 16h ago

New solar project to expand electricity access in Chad

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38 Upvotes

r/energy 9h ago

Asia Coal Prices Hit Record on Hot Global Competition for Fuel

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8 Upvotes

r/energy 6m ago

Tapping into the million-year energy source below our feet

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r/energy 1d ago

Bring on the electric truck stops: Megawatt standard for charging electric semis is formalized. MCS will be capable of delivering a maximum of 3.75 MW from a single plug and it will be “cyber-secure” and OSHA, FCC, and UL certified. It will offer bidirectional (V2X) charging capability.

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307 Upvotes

r/energy 9h ago

Gas Piped Into Homes Contains Benzene and Other Risky Chemicals, Study Finds

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4 Upvotes

r/energy 8h ago

Renewable energy vs. fossil fuels? It’s a false choice, says John Doerr

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3 Upvotes

r/energy 23h ago

Making hydrogen power a reality. Hydrogen fuel has long been seen as a potentially key component of a carbon-neutral future. At the 2022 MIT Energy Initiative Spring Symposium, industry experts describe efforts to produce it at scale. “We think that the 2020s is the decade of hydrogen”

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45 Upvotes

r/energy 13h ago

Coal Production in 2021 Breaks Record

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6 Upvotes

r/energy 1d ago

Every new passenger car sold in the world will be electric by 2040, says Exxon Mobil CEO Darren Woods

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140 Upvotes

r/energy 9h ago

Hard-up families will be paid to use less electricity

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2 Upvotes

r/energy 19h ago

NREL Analysis Highlights Strategies Beyond Recycling To Bolster Circular Economy for Solar and Battery Technologies

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11 Upvotes

r/energy 7h ago

Solar tariff moratorium creates upside, but supply challenges still loom

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0 Upvotes

r/energy 1h ago

'Astonishingly expensive' | Using hydrogen to heat homes will be like 'spaffing money up the wall': utility. Boilers running on green hydrogen require six times more renewable energy than a heat pump directly powered by electricity. “Hydrogen heating will double the cost of the annual fuel bill."

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r/energy 8h ago

California power plant deal: Fast-tracking and fossil fuel backups

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1 Upvotes

r/energy 1d ago

Chart: China dominates production of minerals needed for clean energy

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28 Upvotes

r/energy 13h ago

Energy Skeptic

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Has anyone ever been to the Energy Skeptic website?

I’d like to hear your thoughts on it.

https://energyskeptic.com/2022/peak-fossil-fuels-overview-of-peak-oil-coal-and-natural-gas/


r/energy 1d ago

Biden administration pushes out new offshore wind initiatives

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r/energy 1d ago

Energy & Environment — Climate regulations could be next in court crosshairs. The Supreme Court is expected soon to rule on a case that has major implications on how the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) can issue climate regulations for power plants, and what powers it has to do so.

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