The election of Joe Biden as U.S. President should enable nuclear power to be safeguarded and also keep fracking as an option in the country’s energy balance, according to energy expert Thomas Blees.
A U.S. expert predicted a dramatic change in U.S. energy policy, with Joe Biden winning the presidential election and the prospect of $10 trillion being allocated by 2035 to achieve carbon-free energy.
Natural photosynthesis is one of the most widespread, yet one of the most complex processes of transforming solar energy into chemical energy.
At the end of October and beginning of November, America routinely chooses a president – and as a rule the process becomes the main focus for even the remotest corners of the planet.
But this time, the oil industry throughout the world is following the debates and vote with special attention: the two candidates, President Donald Trump and Democrat challenger Joe Biden, have expressed particularly divergent views on the country’s energy future.