Every time we talk about renewable energy we end up in the same conundrum: offices work during office hours, factories work according to their own schedules and, in our homes, we want light as soon as we hit the switch. … Continue reading Energy Storage: Present or Future?
Right before Easter, a historical debate between the 11 candidates to the presidency of the French Republic took place, with over 6 million viewers. The event was expected to reduce the volume of undecided voters (latest polls indicate they represent a … Continue reading Le Pen’s Frexit: a good idea?
Where does blockchain come from? This is not the first article on Blockchain and rest assured that it will not be the last one you read. The Block Chain is the basis of the crypto-currencies technology. Virtual and intangible currencies … Continue reading What is Blockchain?
“We are starting to live in a world where getting more oil involves more energy, more effort and more expensive.” – Tad Patzek, President of the Department of Petroleum and Geosystems at the University of Texas. You can’t get blood … Continue reading The Shale Oil Threat
It is well known that the Russian economy is heavily dependent on its hydrocarbon industry, as shown from many economic indicators so deeply bonded to oil prices. As a result, the fall in the price of crude since late 2014 … Continue reading OIL PRICES: HOW MUCH CAN WE RELY ON RUSSIA?
If Europe wants to achieve its goal toward an economy with lower carbon emissions, a fundamental change in the transport sector is required. Nowadays, this sector is responsible for 25% of the total greenhouse gases across Europe. The Electric Vehicles … Continue reading Electric Vehicles and the Energy Sector