All posts tagged with Environment
07/09/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

A new study that was done by a team of experts from Japan and China, and which was published in

http://www.power.news/2017-07-09-wind-turbines-could-be-made-less-noisy-by-copying-serrated-wing-edges-from-owls.html

06/26/2017 / By Ethan Huff

The modern-day meme about coal is that it’s just a filthy fossil fuel with no redeeming value beyond pollution for

http://www.power.news/2017-06-26-coal-hating-liberals-dont-seem-to-understand-that-coal-is-needed-to-make-steel-and-without-steel-modern-society-cant-function-at-all.html

06/22/2017 / By JD Heyes

During a recent two-part series published by Bugout.news about how an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) could destroy the nation’s power grid,

http://www.power.news/2017-06-22-malware-threat-proves-u-s-power-grid-much-more-vulnerable-than-previously-believed.html

06/11/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Compared to any other province, people living in Ontario pay steeper rates for their power. According to The Globe and Mail,

http://www.power.news/2017-06-11-smart-meters-claimed-cost-efficiency-benefits-are-mostly-bunk-analysis-finds.html

06/10/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Strong winds are great news for wind farms, but even these powerful turbines have their limits. Although offshore wind turbines

http://www.power.news/2017-06-10-offshore-wind-farms-found-to-be-vulnerable-to-yep-winds.html

06/07/2017 / By JD Heyes

Not all Americans are crazy about President Donald J. Trump’s campaign pledge to build a wall along the entire U.S.

http://www.power.news/2017-06-07-trump-backs-proposal-to-build-border-wall-using-solar-panels.html

05/25/2017 / By Ethan Huff

The world’s largest defense contractor is experiencing some major hiccups with a new project it’s been working on that, should

http://www.power.news/2017-05-25-lockheed-martins-truck-sized-fusion-reactor-for-unlimited-energy-turns-out-to-actually-be-100-times-larger-than-originally-claimed-but-will-it-work.html

05/15/2017 / By JD Heyes

A day before a global ransomware attack crippled the National Health Service in Britain and struck Russian government offices as

http://www.power.news/2017-05-15-massive-global-ransomware-attack-underscores-vulnerability-of-critical-infrastructure-needed-to-sustain-life.html

05/05/2017 / By Bridgette Wilcox

Waiting for the dryer to work their magic on your clothes may just be the dullest step of doing laundry;

http://www.power.news/2017-05-05-finally-an-alternative-to-your-energy-wasting-dryer-is-on-the-horizon.html

04/24/2017 / By JD Heyes

When America’s greatest inventor, Thomas A. Edison, opened the Holborn Viaduct power station in London in 1882, Britain became the

http://www.power.news/2017-04-24-britain-celebrates-first-coal-free-day-since-beginning-of-the-industrial-revolution.html

04/19/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

The United Kingdom has too much renewable energy and may have to limit the amount of green energy it produces

http://www.power.news/2017-04-19-green-energy-lunacy-prevails-as-wind-farms-in-the-uk-will-be-paid-to-turn-off-their-turbines-due-to-too-much-energy-being-produced.html

04/19/2017 / By Jayson Veley

It seems like today the United States has more foreign threats than we can count. Not only are tensions with

http://www.power.news/2017-04-19-a-single-asteroid-hit-in-the-atlantic-ocean-could-generate-a-fukushima-sized-tsunami-wave-causing-nuclear-meltdowns-in-13-nuclear-facilities-along-the-east-coast.html

04/17/2017 / By Robert Jonathan

In today’s society, there is a lot of uncertainty about the future. We are on the cusp of a possible

http://www.power.news/2017-04-17-the-best-u-s-states-to-survive-a-grid-down-nuclear-power-apocalypse-idaho-montana-wyoming-utah-and-nevada.html

04/15/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Exposure to leaded gasoline in childhood may have negatively impacted intelligence and job status across America, according to a recent

http://www.power.news/2017-04-15-exposure-to-lead-gasoline-may-have-led-to-a-loss-of-intelligence-america.html