What? Could Switzerland change its mind about nuclear power?

What?  Could Switzerland change its mind about nuclear power?

It bears the number 22.3067 and its title, like mine, will captivate you: “Allow the construction of nuclear power plants again” We thought the problem was solved. After the construction ban on new reactors after the Fukushima accident in 2011 and the referendum for the gradual phase-out of nuclear energy in 2017, Switzerland moved in … Read more

strategic reserves against price volatility?

The measures have been linked since the outbreak of war in Ukraine. The regulations, which are generally so difficult to change, have also evolved: In the case of gas storage in particular, the member states must now ensure that underground gas storage facilities – such as those operated by Storengy in France or Uniper in … Read more

Searches at Ferrero Arlon: “We were not prepared to experience this”

Through Christopher Pequet | Published on 06/09/2022 at 19:31 On Wednesday morning, around thirty investigators landed at the Ferrero factory in Arlon as part of the judicial investigation into the children’s eggs scandal. An on-site employee testifies. ***** *** ** **** ** ** ******* *** ********** ** **** ** **** ***** ****** ********* ***** ***** … Read more

Lithium batteries for storing green energy

Friday, June 10, 2022 at 12:00 – As the world moves towards renewable energy, storage issues are emerging. The challenge: The batteries of the future must be as green as the energy they store. A dizzying drop in the cost of renewable energy In recent years, renewable energy sources such as solar photovoltaic and wind … Read more

a summit in Denmark on Russian gas, energy savings in Greece

Posted on 06/10/2022 13:06 FRANCEINFO Article written by As every evening, at 11:00 p.m., there will be a tour of the news programs on European television channels. Thursday June 9th is Eurozapping. A summit in Denmark should do without Russian gas. Bricks with holes, therefore lighter, save up to 20% energy. An innovation highlighted by … Read more

an open judicial investigation against EDF

Posted on 06/10/2022 12:57 FRANCEINFO Article written by M. Subra-Gomez, T. Souman, C. La Rocca, E. Urtado – france info France TV A judicial inquiry against X was opened on Thursday 9 June. she laid in question EDF, suspected of covering up nuclear incidents. Among the charges: “endangering others” and “counterfeiting and use of forgeries”. … Read more

the Tricastin power plant, which is the subject of a judicial investigation

Posted on 06.09.2022 22:30 To update on 06.09.2022 23:01 FRANCE 3rd Article written by Guyon C, Aparis B, Martin O, Zouioueche A, Renier M, Dhib J – France 3 France TV Thursday, June 9th was an inquest open against X. It implies EDF concealing nuclear incidents at the power plant of tricastine. Of have incidents-they … Read more

A Disaster Week for Natural Gas – Global Energy Geopolitics

Nothing seems to be able to stop the bad news for natural gas anymore. He’s just had a terrible week. An explosion at a US terminal, John Kerry criticizes gas practices and the US Congress denouncing the methane leaks hidden by US shale operators. While American gas has just been hailed as the messiah in … Read more

A new method for utilizing the strongest greenhouse gas

Sulfur hexafluoride (SF6), which is particularly harmful to the environment, has a global warming potential that is 23,900 times higher than that of CO2. Researchers have succeeded in converting this synthesis gas into a reagent and generating compounds with high added value from it. Sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) is a powerful greenhouse gas. Its global warming … Read more

Serbia tightens ties with Moscow with Russian gas deal

At a time when Europeans are trying to isolate Russia and somehow wean itself off its fossil fuels, Serbia is cementing its ties with Moscow through a Russian gas deal. Belgrade has been a candidate for accession to the European Union for ten years, but maintains close ties with the Kremlin. When Serbia condemned Russia’s … Read more