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January 15 Energy News



Stuck in the Sixties: Power grid modernization remains elusive • Nearly half of all electricity generated in the world today comes from power plants that use steam turbines built in the days of rotary telephones and manual typewriters, operating at thermal efficiencies of around thirty-percent. [Intelligent Utility]

Things have changed.

But some things have remained the same.

NYU Study: Economics Of Climate Change Is A No-Brainer • A new study by the Institute for Policy Integrity at the New York University School of Law casts needed light on the socioeconomic factors and indicates consensus among economists on most critical subjects relating to climate change. [CleanTechnica]

Science and Technology:

¶ Growing installations of solar batteries will bring benefits to all power consumers, according to independent researchers Prognos AG. Power generated and used at home will reduce the input – and strains – of electricity being into the national grid, the research group said in…

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