Energy & Green Tech

Expert discusses nuclear power possibilities in Denmark

Nuclear power has become an issue in the election campaign in Denmark. In a survey conducted in August, 46% said they would vote yes to nuclear power if there was a referendum tomorrow, while 39% would vote no. Head of Section ...

Energy & Green Tech

Four ways to reduce your household energy use, proven by research

A particularly cold September has given us a glimpse of the winter to come. The cold will bite hardest for the 13% of England's households that are already in fuel poverty. As the energy crisis intensifies, this is expected ...

Hardware

How the tide turned on data centres in Europe

Every time we make a call on Zoom, upload a document to the cloud or stream a video, our computers connect to vast warehouses filled with servers to store or access data.

Energy & Green Tech

Energy crisis pushes nuclear comeback worldwide

As the costs of importing energy soars worldwide and climate crises wreak havoc, interest in nuclear power is on the rise with nations scrambling to find alternative sources.

Energy & Green Tech

Why natural gas is not a bridge technology

The expansion of natural gas infrastructure jeopardizes energy transition, as natural gas is not a bridge technology towards a 100 percent renewable energy system as defined by the Paris Climate Agreement. This is the result ...

Energy & Green Tech

Berlin preps 'huge thermos' to help heat homes this winter

The rust-colored tower rising from an industrial site near the banks of Berlin's Spree river looks nothing like the sleek flasks Germans use for coffee, yet its purpose is similar: to provide some warmth throughout the day, ...

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