The recent surge in proposals, bidding and deployment of desalination plants reflects an awareness of the climate-proof potential for desalination and its capacity to separate industrial water demand from public water supplies.
Nearly 40% of the world's countries suffer from high or extreme levels of "water stress," according to a first of-its-kind study that evaluated water-related risks in 181 countries and 100 river basins.
This major European-wide monitoring study investigated the occurrence of organic micropollutants in wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) effluents, with effluents from 90 WWTPs analysed for 156 polar organic chemical contaminants.
In 2012 solar power produced just 0.5% of global electricity. It’s only a speck compared to coal (42%), natural gas (21%), hydro (15%) and nuclear (12%). But solar is a startup. And market share is certainly not the right way to judge a startup.
In this latest issue of the Brussels Briefing on Energy Hughes Belin, leading energy journalist for viEUws - the EU Policy Broadcaster, provides an overview of recent developments regarding the European Union’s energy policy:...
MANY innovators are so enthusiastic about their idea that they fail to look at issues such as cost and implementation, but to Trevor Powell those problems have been central in the development of his solar water treatment and power plant.
Ocean thermal energy conversion replicates the events that have lead to the climate change hiatus and in the process offer the potential to produce at least the amount of energy we are currently deriving from fossil fuels.