PetroM Renewable’s President, Mr. Alejandro De la Parra Solomon, has been invited as an Organizing Committee Member for the upcoming Nuclear Energy Technology Congress in Mexico City, Mexico. Read below for more information regarding this wonderful event.
With PetroM Renewable’s participation as a Media Partner and collaborator, and the collaboration of our President, Mr. Alejandro De la Parra Solomon as an Organizing Committee Member of the conference…
• Youth climate strike kicks off on September 20 to “end the age of fossil fuels.”<br>• SunPower launches its own residential battery system, the Equinox Storage.<br>• Bill Gates thinks we need a new approach to green energy investments.<br>• The world’s largest wind turbine will launch near Rotterdam.<p><i>The Electrek</i>
NEW YORK (AP) — Climate change has led to deadlier wildfire seasons in the American West and more severe hurricanes and storms barreling up the Southern and Eastern coasts. The dramatic weather frequently knocks out power, leading some residents of storm-ridden or fire-prone areas to seek backup
Just in time for Climate Week, SAS has announced a new way for customers to make flying slightly less terrible for the planet, which is good news for all future climate refugees flying to new homes on dry land.<p>Travelers flying with SAS can pay to fly with biofuel, which helps reduce those
Bill Gates believes divesting fossil fuels to be entirely pointless<p>Ivo Welch, a economist, has also criticized divestment strategies. Writing in the <i>New York Times</i> after Stanford University decided to divest its endowment from coal-mining companies, he said: “It would probably take the market less
FILE PHOTO: ENEL CEO Francesco Starace looks on during the unveiling of the new electric bike that will compete in the MotoE World Cup Championship, in Rome, Italy February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Max Rossi<p>MILAN (Reuters) - Italy’s biggest utility Enel (ENEI.MI) aims to cut its direct greenhouse gas
Conveniently, the largest ever demonstrations about energy policy are scheduled to take place this Friday<p>We are sadly accustomed by now to the idea that our reliance on oil and gas causes random but predictable outbreaks of flood, firestorm and drought. The weekend’s news from the Gulf is a grim