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If you're a real STEM person, think about the Navy Nuclear program
by Rin in #energy   33 comments, latest 3 years ago
This rant is a bit biased, as I know a few people in the Navy Nuclear Engineering program but for the most part, it's the only STEM work, which gets...
Fox News Claims Solar Won't Work in America Because It's Not Sunny Like German
by marcus in #energy   66 comments, latest 4 years ago
Fox News Claims Solar Won't Work in America Because It's Not Sunny Like Germany. Silly Fox News. They crack me up. Joshi's jaw-dropping response: "They're a smaller country, and...
Lawmaker says California's solar efforts off-target
by tvgnus in #energy   Posted 2 years ago
Assemblyman Adam Gray says the wealthy have benefited disproportionately •  Billions of dollars to subsidize the purchase of electric cars and solar panels for the rich Californias multibillion dollar...
Novel nano-structures to realize hydrogen's energy potential
by tovarichpeter in #energy   3 comments, latest 5 years ago
50 Years Ago A Nuclear War Could Have Happened
by ohomen171 in #energy   Posted 5 years ago
‎50 years ago today President Kennedy was given photographic evidence of the presence of Soviet medium Range ballistic missiles in Cuba. His first instinct was to launch an immediate strike...
Energy boom begins to ripple through US economy - Economy Watch on
by RealEstateIsBetterThanStocks in #energy   Posted 4 years ago
The boom in new oil and natural gas flowing through U.S. pipelines is beginning to ripple through the wider American economy. Just ask Edrick Smith. In September, Smith traded...
Renewable energy utilization soaring
by tovarichpeter in #energy   1 comment, latest 4 years ago
Annual Renewable Energy Finance Forum in New York City last month, International Energy Agency (IEA) Executive Director Maria van der Hoeven said the global outlook for renewables is robust,...
Central Valley fruit packer goes big-time solar
by tvgnus in #energy   Posted 4 years ago
Installation of solar panels atop SunWest's packing plant Parlier-based family-owned SunWest Fruit Company has gone solar for its packing plant with a one-megawatt system designed and installed by Pickett...
California ratepayers will cough up $1 billion/year to subsidize solar
by BayAreaObserver in #energy   2 comments, latest 4 years ago
The report is important because the two sides are arguing violently about the true cost of solar to utilities. Solar power proponents argue that solar brings many benefits to...
22 percent of solar systems may have Earth-sized planets in the habitable zone
by Dan8267 in #energy   Posted 4 years ago
A team of planet hunters estimates that about 22 percent of the Sun-like stars in our galaxy may have planets about the size of Earth that are bathed in...
JFK Saved Us From A Nuclear War And The Horrors of Vietnam
by ohomen171 in #energy   7 comments, latest 4 years ago
This is a sad morning for me. We lost John F. Kennedy 50 years ago today. We lost his humanity, intelligence, compassion, and decency (Please forgive him for his character...
Towing an UPS truck with a Subaru Hybrid
by lostand confused in #energy   3 comments, latest 3 years ago
The day before the latest crippling Southern snowstorm, Im in possession of a bright green Subaru and a head full of bad ideas. I visit Lowes and buy a...
Bakersfield-area sewage plant goes solar
by tvgnus in #energy   Posted 3 years ago
Suburban plant gets fixed power costs •  Our continued dependence on traditional energy sources would be costly The Kern Sanitation Authority waste water treatment plant in Bakersfield is now...
Lockheed claims nuclear fusion breakthrough.
by lostand confused in #energy   57 comments, latest 3 years ago
Lockheed Martin Corporation said on Wednesday it had made a technological breakthrough in developing a power source based on nuclear fusion--and the first reactors, small enough to fit on...
Smile! Nuclear tipped ICBMs coming to a neighborhood near you.
by HEY YOU in #energy   1 comment, latest 2 years ago
While some scholars and journalists point to the possibility, if not inevitability, of the all out war, major news outlets prefer to underreport the depth of the conflict, treating...
Still standing my "we're using 1/3 of oil compared to peak Oil" or 2006
by Tenpoundbass in #energy   3 comments, latest 2 years ago
The U.S. Energy Information Administration said Wednesday weekly oil inventories increased by 2.5 million barrels, while analysts were expecting a fall. The EIA reported a 0.8 million barrel increase at...
Free energy from gravity?
by mikey in #energy   Posted 8 years ago
Roy Masters Explodes the Big BangJune 24, 2009Grants Pass, OR — Roy Masters has an alternative theory that blows Big Bang apart.Masters is a veteran broadcaster and writer who’s made...
$2K premium for a Prius
by jvolstad in #energy   27 comments, latest 8 years ago
Yesterday, during lunch, I stopped by the Toyota dealership here in Burlingame.  They had a nice looking 2010 Prius in the showroom.  It was the top of the line model...
Do energy upgrades really affect prices?
by tomme12 in #energy   23 comments, latest 7 years ago
I have the option to do a complete energy upgrade. Furnace, attic insulation, floor insulation, seal everything, duct replacement. Estimated energy savings per year is $500, but the cost is...
California leads the way in renewable energy
by Nomograph in #energy   73 comments, latest 7 years ago
As usual, southern California is an early adopter of new ideas and technologies and is leading the way in renewable energy. For whatever reasons, Conservatives will cry foul and try...
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