Riffkin argued that much as oil had transformed the 20th century, so hydrogen could be just as revolutionary in the 21st.
Grid managers warn power transmission and distribution infrastructure increasingly can't cope. Anybody watching PocketNEM knows how frantically they are paddling.
The result of that is that they think that unemployment in the US is bottoming out now at 3.7% and it will be 3.7% next year.
Understanding the Marxist thinking of Chinese communist leadership allows us to understand why China is an essentially commodities orientated country.
Ecosystems provide services to human civilization: they need to be paid for.
They note that US oil production is up less than 100,000 bpd over the first seven months of 2019, compared to the 600,000-bpd increase over the same period in 2018.
The RBA has pushed interest rates down about as far as they can go and needs to look at other remedies to make the economy grow.
Even on the pro-nuclear side, there are some reservations, and not all are sceptical of renewable energy.
The Australian economy has been flagging for many years now. Over the past year we actually saw a decline in GDP per capita and per hour worked.
Thankfully, common sense (and I use that term lightly) prevailed. In May 2019, Uber hit the market at a more 'realistic' value of…US$76.5 billion.
This not only lowers our living standards and impedes progress - it also quite literally puts lives at risk.
A recent report from this organization says that to avoid the worst effects of climate change, 'we can’t afford to drill up any oil and gas from new fields anywhere in the world.'