Colombia is a vibrant South American country edging the Pacific Ocean. It is battling to control street litter as the population booms like most other developing nations around the world.
This is of necessity going to be a simple explanation, because the topic is quite complex. Towards the end of the 19th Century, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla were engaged in a ‘power struggle’
Electrodes are a special class of electrical conductors. Because they are able to contact a non-metallic part of a circuit, and so complete it.
Electrochemistry is a big topic and not always easy to understand. In simple terms, it is the study of chemical reactions during an exchange of electricity
Shifting across to green solar and wind power has had its limitations, to date. In the Upper Afan Valley near Swansea, Wales, plans are afoot
Renewables and peaking gas stations compete to meet top-end demand when utilities are busiest. While coal and nuclear manage base load
California is the sixth largest economy in the world. It also has a generous endowment of wind and sunshine.
We have not been particularly smart about the way we democratized electricity. The mass emergence of home air conditioners strained our grids
Bruny Island is actually a pair of islands off the southeast coast of Tasmania connected by a narrow spit of sand. Its residential population of approximately 600 expands exponentially during holiday season
Kilowatt-hours are the measure of the electricity we consume, and mostly pay for unless we are completely off-grid.