Antinuclear

Australian news, and some related international items

May 28 Energy News

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Opinion:

¶ “Large coal plant closures reveal industry vulnerability” • The locals say that the coal industry will survive at a new normal, and economists say Wyoming coal mining will be the last to go down, but the state doesn’t dictate the market; it just provides the material. Across the country, big coal plants are getting too expensive to run. [Casper Star-Tribune Online]

Power plant control room (Alan Rogers | Star-Tribune)

¶ “The eco guide to renewable energy” • Within three years the renewable energy revolution will make such economic sense that many passive electric customers turn into to energy creators, defecting from the grid, using solar, wind power, smart-demand response systems, and electric vehicles. Embrace the jolt, it will be huge. [The Guardian]

Science and Technology:

¶ Faced with rising temperatures and a dearth of American leadership, scientists are investigating geoengineering ,  which would involve deliberate…

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