Energy

admin November 28, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden said that transition to green energy is not easy during the presidential debate, but it’s a journey many countries have to go. In New York City, there is a larger build-up of greenhouse gases from the big transport industry. In America, another source of greenhouse gas comes from power production. For the […]

admin November 8, 2020

Almost every part of the world is transitioning towards electric vehicles to save the environment and cobalt climate change. Smithville is no exception, and the installation of an electric vehicle charging station on November 2 is a clear indication of the same. The location was its parking lot that is opposite the Love Cantrell Funeral […]

admin November 6, 2020

  Welding is a critical procedure in production, and the vital element is knowing how the atoms are put together to form a complete structure. Pre-pandemic research by the Center for Welding, Joining and Coatings Research of Colorado School of Mines, Tim Pickle and Ben Schneiderman, conducted at the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Oak Ridge […]

admin October 24, 2020

Although renewable energy may save the world from fossil fuel emissions, the construction of infrastructure supporting these renewables may interfere with environmental conservation.  The transition to renewables comes with an underrated challenge of destroying the landscape of an area. The development of these infrastructure threatens biodiversity since most of the organisms habiting an area are […]