Category Archives: Energy

Mapped: The countries that consume the most electricity

An interesting mapping of the highest users of electricity around the globe. As an insight the highest users in the modern world are the first world countries that are either particularly cold or very hot with extremes. Most likely utilizing a lot of air conditioning or heating. Website: The Telegraph Article: Mapped: The countries that…
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We’ve Almost Reached Peak Fossil Fuels for Electricity

Bloomberg predicts within a decade fossils fuels for electricity will be in terminal decline as cleaner and cheaper alternatives become more and more prevalent on a global scale. Website: Bloomberg Article: The World Nears Peak Fossil Fuels for Electricity
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‘It’s the end of energy and transportation as we know it’ – Tony Seba

Good reading on the changes happening now and the rapid growth expected in the energy and transportation sectors over the next 10- 15 years. The price of solar's relative cost per unit has reduced 1300 times comparatively to coal! The companies that are still investing in centralised power plants and refineries are wasting their money.…
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Wind and Solar Crushing Fossil Fuels

The past year has seen oil prices crash to historic lows, putting countries like Saudi Arabia on notice that they can no longer sustain an economy almost entirely reliant on $90 oil. Some energy analysts suggest that the woes that Sun Edison are currently experiencing are as a result of this sharp fall and sustained…
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