How Biofuels Are Keeping Refiners Running Amidst the Pandemic

How Biofuels Are Keeping Refiners Running Amidst the Pandemic

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the economy, most oil refiners have discovered new alternative ways to tackle the challenge of decreasing demand for gasoline to stay afloat during these uncertain times. One such practice is producing biofuels...
What Are The Most Popular Forms Of Renewable Energy?

What Are The Most Popular Forms Of Renewable Energy?

As we face a need to reduce our need for oil-based products and attempt to mitigate our damage to the environment, science is looking for alternatives. This has led to a race for eco-friendly power sources, providing us with several options. Evolving technology will...

Milestones in the Eradication of Fossil Fuel Reliance

In our quest to shake the yoke of fossil fuel reliance, it appears we are finally making some headway. Most notably, we are making some great strides across the pond in Europe. From Portugal to Britain, here are some of the most significant accomplishments we have...

How Economies of Scale Could Be the Key to Energy Transformation

John Kaweske discusses the new study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association about lowering the cost of renewable energy and reducing greenhouse emissions.  The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has released a new study in 2016 showing through...

Winds Favor Renewable Energy Sources

The International Energy Agency, “IEA” a 29-country member organization, founded in 1974 to assist countries in the development of strategies to avoid oil shortfalls, is optimistic about prospects for renewable energy. In a report released on October 2, 2015, the IEA...