Jellyfish are beginning to wash up on Virginia Beach as warmer ocean temperatures create a breeding ground, officials said.
In 2019, Digital Trends published an article titled “Hydrogen Was The Fuel Of Tomorrow, So What Happened?” A few years ago, hydrogen and battery electric vehicles were in a race to win the prize of being the future of transportation, or so it was claimed
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Can we slow sea level rise by pumping water onto Antarctica?
Christian Science Monitor
A new study investigates one radical solution: 'geoengineering,' or reshaping the planet in a substantial way. In this case, by enlarging Antarctica's continental glacier via pumping ocean water onto the ice surface. If it works, and the ice sheet …
Surprise! Pumping water onto Antarctica to prevent sea level rise is a bad idea
Pumping Water Onto Antarctica Won't Slow Rising Sea Level
A Modest Proposal for Stopping Sea Level Rise: Freeze the Ocean
Originally published on Solar Love.
With nearly 10% of the solar module market in 2013, Yingli Green Energy (YGE)* retained the #1 spot in the market.
To be more exact, 9.4% of solar module capacity sold in 2013 came from Yingli. #2 was Trina Solar, which accounted for 8.2%; #3 was Sharp (thanks to a strong solar market in its home country of Japan), with 6% of the global market; #4 was Canadian Solar (after sitting in second back in 2012), 5.4%; and #5 was JinkoSolar (replacing JA Solar).
Such rankings can vary a bit from one market research firm to another. This ranking comes from GlobalData.
*Full disclosure: I hold stock in Yingli Green Energy (YGE). I’m “long” Yingli, as they would say.
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Oil from BP spill pushed onto shelf off Tampa Bay by underwater currents …
The thick globs of BP oil that washed ashore on beaches along Florida's Panhandle in 2010 never reached Tampa Bay, to the relief of hotel owners, restaurateurs, anglers, beachgoers and local officials. But oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill, floating …
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