Strong winds power electric fields in the upper atmosphere

Journal Reference: Thomas J. Immel, Brian J. Harding, Roderick A. Heelis, Astrid Maute, Jeffrey M. Forbes, Scott L. England, Stephen B. Mende, Christoph R. Englert, Russell A. Stoneback, Kenneth Marr, John M. Harlander, Jonathan J. Makela. Regulation of ionospheric plasma velocities by thermospheric winds. Nature Geoscience, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41561-021-00848-4 Using observations from NASA’s ICON mission, … Read more

In Vienna, tense diplomatic reunion around Iranian nuclear power

See Vienna again. This was for months the hope of the chanceries involved in the rescue of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), the Iranian nuclear agreement signed in 2015. In the spring, six rounds of negotiations took place. were held in the Austrian capital with representatives from Tehran, with a dual objective: the … Read more

Slavia – Feyenoord 2: 2, Slavia did not use the power play and she will share the promotion in Berlin –

The introduction was according to the ideal scenario of domestic fighters. The visitors kept the pressure on to tie the game when, after 80 minutes, Bah broke through the center and found himself alone with the keeper. The Feyenoord in Eden confirmed that he was currently an elite in the Netherlands. In a tough battle … Read more

New device modulates visible lightwithout dimming itwith the smallest footprint and lowest power consumption

New device modulates visible lightwithout dimming itwith the smallest footprint and lowest power consumption – NovLink Home Mash H New device modulates visible lightwithout dimming itwith the smallest footprint and lowest power consumption We would like to thank the author of this post for this remarkable material New device modulates visible lightwithout dimming itwith the … Read more

In Burkina Faso, jihadist violence shakes power

Demonstration against the Burkinabé power, November 16, 2021 in Ouagadougou. ANNE MIMAULT / REUTERS A crowd gathers in front of a dozen holes dug in the ocher earth of a large piece of land scorched by the sun. In the background, hundreds of white tombs fill the military square of the municipal cemetery of Gounghin, … Read more

“If intermittent renewable energies were subject to the laws of the market, neither wind turbines nor solar power plants would see the light of day”

Tribune. The news – COP26, spectacular rise in the cost of energy – reminds us every day: the energy transition is underway and must still accelerate. However, to be successful, this can only be done in accordance with the laws of the market. The electricity market in France, as in Europe for that matter, is … Read more

How sugar-loving microbes could help power future cars

Journal Reference: Zhen Q. Wang, Heng Song, Edward J. Koleski, Noritaka Hara, Dae Sung Park, Gaurav Kumar, Yejin Min, Paul J. Dauenhauer, Michelle C. Y. Chang. A dual cellular–heterogeneous catalyst strategy for the production of olefins from glucose. Nature Chemistry, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41557-021-00820-0 But that’s exactly what scientists have done. In a forthcoming study in … Read more

Chinese power shows Peng Shuai at Beijing tennis tournament, doubts persist

Peng Shuai (second from left), at the opening ceremony of the Fila Kids Junior Tennis Challenger tennis tournament in Beijing on November 21, 2021. As international pressure grows for information about her health, Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai appeared in footage released on Sunday (November 21) from China, showing her at a teenage tennis tournament … Read more

Macrogrid research: Big value in connecting America’s eastern and western power grids

Journal References: Aaron Bloom, Josh Novacheck, Gregory L Brinkman, James D Mccalley, Armando L. Figueroa-Acevedo, Ali Jahanbani Ardakani, Hussam Nosair, Abhinav Venkatraman, Jay Caspary, Dale Osborn, Jessica Lau. The Value of Increased HVDC Capacity Between Eastern and Western U.S. Grids: The Interconnections Seam Study. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 2021; 1 DOI: 10.1109/TPWRS.2021.3115092 Armando L. … Read more

Sudan: deposed during the military putsch, the Prime Minister, Abdallah Hamdok, returns to power

The ousted former prime minister of Sudan, Abdallah Hamdok, in an interview with Reuters on August 24, 2019 in Khartoum. MOHAMED NURELDIN ABDALLAH / REUTERS Abdallah Hamdok, prime minister sidelined after the military coup in Sudan, must return to his post under an agreement reached with the country’s strongman General Abdel Fattah Al-Bourhane, announced on … Read more