The global energy industry must invest $13.5 trillion in energy efficiency and low-carbon technology to effectively reduce climate change, reported the International Energy Agency. The report said the world must use a combination of wind, solar, nuclear and carbon capture technologies. "The energy industry needs a strong and clear signal.
In the last analysis, everything is energy. ... Under all forms of matter and manifestations of life there beats the unity of energy operating according to Einstein's law. ... International Atomic Energy Agency, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, World Health Organization - 1973
Demand of Global oil will rise faster than expected this year, the IEA forecast on Tuesday , reporting that consumption accelerated at the end of 2013 as advanced economies led by the United States recovered. But Chinese demand slowed down in the second half of 2013, according to the International Energy Agency.
In the days after the election, we asked EDF supporters to tell America's 45th President why they want him to protect nature and act on climate. Thousands responded, from all walks of life: Trump supporters and life-long Democrats, construction workers and registered nurses.
“Stranger Things” got it wrong. It was the CIA and the Department of Defense, not the Department of Energy, that conducted covert research on potential psychic abilities. [CNET] The dubious, fictional experiments run by the Department of Energy in “Stranger Things” may have actually been conducted in real life by the Central Intelligence Agency and […]