Energie: Mega-Tendințe – doc

Comisia Europeană cataloghează energia nucleară şi gazele drept „verzi“ – zf, 4.1.22


3 Reasons Nuclear Power Has Returned to the Energy Debate – FP, 3.1.22
If we believed our own rhetoric about the climate crisis, support for nuclear would be much higher.
By Jason Bordoff, a columnist at Foreign Policy and the co-founding dean of the Columbia Climate School


How the Energy Crisis Made 2021 Feel Like the ’70s – FP, 22.12.21
High power prices. Rolling blackouts. Dwindling supplies. And a cascade of economic and political turmoil felt around the world. By Keith Johnson, a senior staff writer at Foreign Policy

Criza energiei din Europa: speculă, şantaj sau răzbunare? = zf, 30.12.21

Colapsul energiei nucleare în Germania şi Franţa împinge brutal Europa şi mai adânc în iarna scumpirilor. În Polonia, preţurile electricităţii s-au dublat peste noapte – zf, 21.12.21

Winter Is Coming, and It’s Only a Preview – FP, 19.10
The world’s energy crunch will have indirect effects for years to come. The question is: How bad will things get? By Keith Johnson, a senior staff writer at Foreign Policy

Companiile europene de utilităţi încep să treacă pe cărbune odată cu scumpirea gazelor naturale / Cum a crescut cererea de lignit  în Germania – 12.10

In Global Energy Crisis, Anti-Nuclear Chickens Come Home to Roost – FP, 8.10
In virtually every country that has closed nuclear plants, clean electricity has been replaced with dirty power. By Ted Nordhaus

Why India Can’t Wean Itself Off Coal – FP, 21.10
Those who see India as a climate boogeyman are holding it to a standard they would never apply to themselves. By Vijaya Ramachandran, the director for energy and development at the Breakthrough Institute, and Sandeep Pai, senior research lead in the energy security and climate change program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies

Mașini electrice vs mașini pe hidrogen. De ce industria auto nu mai crede în hidrogenAlexandru Gugoașă, pressone, 6.10

Is Europe’s Energy Crisis a Preview of America’s? – FP, 5.10
Europe has itself to blame for shortages and spiking prices, but Washington is copying many of its policies. By Brenda Shaffer, a faculty member at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School

This Energy Crisis Is Different – FP, 24.09
Climate change and the policies to curb it lie behind skyrocketing gas, coal, and electricity prices in Europe and Asia. By Jason Bordoff

The End of Coal Is Coming Sooner Than You Think – FP, 13.08
Despair elides the progress made over the last two decades. By Ketan Joshi, a climate communications expert

Energy Independence Doesn’t Mean What It Used To – FP, 26.07
And here’s why that’s a national security issue. By Parker Bolstad, an active duty military intelligence officer in the U.S. Army, and Jordy Lee, the program manager for the Supply Chain Transparency Initiative at the Payne Institute for Public Policy


The New Geopolitics of Energy – FP, 21.12
Foreign Policy’s five best reads on the dramatic shift in energy policy in 2020.

How to decarbonize the grid and electrify everything | John Doerr and Hal Harvey – 19.11