Monthly Archives: December 2014

Chemicals Manufacturing: New Technologies, New Thinking

Consider this quote from a high level Chinese spokesman: As supply of capital, land and other factors is on the decline and resource and environmental restriction become more serious, the proportion of first and second industries, which consume capital, land … Continue reading

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Looking toward a technology future

The end of the year is a good time both for reflection and look-ahead, I thought that an article from yesterday’s New York Post, taken from publications by scholars from Stanford and Duke, is worth covering in this blog, though some of this … Continue reading

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Electricity storage becomes priority as solar and wind energy cost keeps dropping

 The rapid advances in the use of solar and wind energy – more in Europe, but now also gaining momentum in the U.S.- has put electricity “storage” front and center. That is because there is no solar production at night … Continue reading

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