The Role of Nuclear Energy during COVID-19 in 2020

Reading Time: 5 minutes The year 2020 has immersed in the ongoing shutdowns due to the COVID-19 outbreak, where people and businesses around the globe are trying to drive through these uncertain times. Some of the industrial sectors have adopted the new normal for their employees to work from home, have essentially explicated the need for resilient electricity supply.… Read More »

Economic Recovery in COVID-19 for Nuclear Energy Infrastructure

Reading Time: 5 minutes During the pandemic, a new perception is materializing across the globe that Nuclear Energy can play a significant role in decarbonizing energy systems, assuring electricity security, and resilience. While the world is facing major disruptions due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the operations have been transformed at power systems, to unveil the future electricity needs using… Read More »

World Nature Conservation Day: COVID-19 is No Break for the Nature

Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s true that during the first half of lockdown, nature offered people a fairy tale experience in realism, and it indeed enabled the environment to blossom and breathe a sigh of relief. But the fact is that the fairy tales are elusions, and elusions do not last forever! There seems no rainbow after this hurricane.… Read More »

Impact of COVID-19 on the World Environment

Reading Time: 5 minutes The COVID-19 pandemic is one of its kind global health calamity of the century and one of the biggest challenges the humankind faced since World War II. The outbreak and its mode of transmission are believed to have passed from animals to humans. Recently, the zoonotic diseases are on the rise, as the world continues… Read More »

Why is Demand for Biomass Fuel Production on the Rise?

Reading Time: 5 minutes Human’s consumption of primary sources of energy has increased rapidly over the last few years, though global per capitautilization of these fuels was roughly persistent for the last few decades. Future consumption of energy sources depends on several objectives, such as making capital out of fossil fuel resources, developing advanced technologies for proper use of… Read More »

The Future Possibilities of Hydroelectricity

Reading Time: 5 minutes The ever-growing global population and the increasing demand for energy are framing the need for more electricity generation. Hydroelectric power is one of the classical and prominent forms of renewable energy. It is used all over the world to generate electricity. The statistics shows that U.S. hydroelectricity generation capacity will increase to 590 megawatts in… Read More »

Geothermal Energy – Features and Environmental Impacts

Reading Time: 5 minutes The earth has a number of resources for a greenhouse gas free environment. Fossil fuel got its initial hype due to its easy availability. But with time human have realized the setbacks of this energy source and is now trying to move towards renewable energies. Geothermal power is, one of the least known among the… Read More »

How Solar Energy will Lead to a Revolution in 2020?

Reading Time: 5 minutes Sun is known to be the ultimate “green source of energy” and undoubtedly the most powerful Renewable Energy source. The solar energy market is expected to outreach $422 billion by 2022, which was a $86 billion market in 2015. The tremendous growth in its market expansion clearly hinting at the solar energy to be the… Read More »

Different Forms of Renewable Ocean Energy

Reading Time: 4 minutes Ocean waves are the most abundant and renewable energy resource available in the environment. The ocean power energy market is estimated to have an annual growth rate of 10.2% between 2017-2023. According to IRENA, marine technologies will fulfill 4% of the entire future global energy requirements by 2050. Ocean energy represents a considerable portion of… Read More »

Importance of Renewable Energy Sources in Developing Countries

Reading Time: 6 minutes Understanding the magnitude of energy in the role of a nation’s development is one of the most significant responsibility of the Government of a country. The main challenges of a developing nation’s energy infrastructure are the source’s availability, and it’s cost and nature of preservation. The need for a source of energy, which is not… Read More »