Rodney Allam: Energy from fossil fuels can be clean

Zero-carbon electricity from fossil fuels is not only possible in technological terms, but also competitive in economic terms – this was the theme of Nobel Prize laureate Rodney Allam’s lecture to students of Peter the Great Polytechnic University.

Climate equation

      The fact that global warming exists is no longer doubted by anyone.       But differences persist among academics about the extent to which global warming is caused by natural processes and by human activity.        The energy transition and plans by developed countries to abandon the use of carbon-based energy sources have placed the discussion in a new setting.     Now, prominent climatologists ate trying to resolve the following question: Can world-wide efforts by the world community

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Cheaper with sunlight

It is cheaper to build and operate a solar power station in India and in the majority of European countries than to run an existing coal-fired station, according to the experts at Bloomberg NEF.

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No change on the OPEC+ front

The monitoring committee of OPEC+ has decided to maintain current quotas in gradually boosting oil production levels in June and July. But no long-term plans to change oil production in August and September were announced.

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