Tuesday, May 21, 2024
According to the NERC assessment, the US power grid may become unreliable this summer due to above-average demand conditions and a decreased electrical supply, which could result from possible low wind or solar energy conditions.
Holtec, the top U.S. manufacturer of storage equipment for nuclear waste, is driving the nuclear revolution in the U.S. by reopening cold reactors and investing in small modular reactors (SMRs).
High energy costs have led to less winter production in greenhouses in Britain and the Netherlands, which has resulted in tomatoes, cucumbers, and everyday vegetables running out of stock.
Existing power plants are projected to retire at a faster pace than installations of new units, and dependence on renewable projects are threatening widespread power shortages, according to a new report by regional power transmission company PJM Interconnection.
A decree released in the official state gazette on Tuesday states that Spain will ban starting your AC to save energy and cut 7-8% in gas use.
France is poised to be completely cut off from Russian gas. France is set to to turn off street lights in response to the energy crisis as a result of this.
Joe Biden has officially declared that the US is now under an energy emergency and is blaming Russia and the Russia-Ukraine conflict for this crisis.
Considering that Sri Lanka owes more than $50 billion in foreign debt, it remains uncertain how it compensated for the Russian crude. But the deal has been done as Russian oil is saving Sri Lanka from an energy crisis.
The Sri Lankan government has announced that citizens should not wait in line for petrol as the crisis-hit Sri Lanka defaults on debt and runs out of fuel. 
Sri Lanka merely has enough petrol to span a single day, and the country's new prime minister has cautioned that power shortages could last up to 15 hours every day, as it confront its biggest economic crisis ever since independence in 1948.