Most Hydrogen Is A “Climate Killer”: Enel Executive By Charles Kennedy - Mar 25, 2021 “Today, hydrogen is anything but clean. That 98% produced today is an industrial feedstock. Just
Successful Mine Rescues in April 1913 — Sixty-seven miners escaped from the Cincinnati Mine following the explosion that claimed 98 lives on April 23, 1913, including one apparatus wearing rescuer.
Biden’s EV Agenda Has One Major Problem By Irina Slav - Mar 15, 2021 Last month, President Joe Biden said he planned to replace the whole federal vehicle fleet with electric cars, creating
A showdown in Nevada could determine the future of electric vehicles in the U.S. A carbon-free future requires a lot of mining. A battle brewing in Nevada shows it won’t
Let’s End America’s Mineral Dependence Posted to Energy February 04, 2021 by John Interval At a time when America is paying billions of dollars annually for imported minerals and metals, it’s incomprehensible that
Why using rare metals to clean up the planet is no cheap fix Demand for rare metals can only increase in the move to a zero-carbon economy. The Rare Metals War