The Fukushima Nuclear disaster aftermath

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nuclear reactor radioactivity

Are the numbers real or “juiced”

By Anthony Watts – Re-Blogged From From the “when the going gets tough, renewables can’t cut it” department. Wind power generation actually dropped 5% during this period The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration GOES-16 satellite caught a dramatic view of the bomb cyclone moving up the East Coast on Jan. 4, 2017. NOAA Photo […]

via DOE: If it weren’t for coal-fired electricity plants, the Northeast would have blacked-out during recent bomb-cyclone — US Issues

Using Coal to produce energy

By Andy May – Re-Blogged From U.S. coal production declined from 2011 through 2016 as it was displaced in U.S. power plants by cheaper and cleaner natural gas. Some of the reduction was also due to the Obama Clean Power Plan regulations. However, the shale gas revolution in the U.S. has not spread to […]

via U.S. Coal Industry Growth — US Issues

Energy Trade encompasses multiple sources

The IEA anticipates that by 2040 one-third of solar and wind capacity will be in China, and the country’s choices in the next few years will play a large part in determining global clean energy trends.

via East Asia Energy Security Trends in 2018 — IAPS Dialogue: The online magazine of the Institute of Asia & Pacific Studies