This material is for those who understand energy basics, and want to become even more knowledgeable about these topics. Since there is so much material to cover, we’ve divided it into three categories, based on the topics that would be a part of a genuine scientific assessment: Technical, Economic and Environmental.
Remember that this is just a small sampling of energy related technical articles! If you can’t find the Technical information you’re interested in here, go to one of the sources listed on our Current News page and do a specific search in their archives for what you are looking for.
The Decline of Science is about THE paramount challenge of our times
Comparing Apples to Orangutans — a key to understanding the technical issue with wind energy
Safety in Numbers explains how can so many people be wrong about such things as wind energy
An insightful presentation about improving delivered efficiency of electricity
“All of the Above” Must Be Weighted by Common Sense [AWED advocates “All of the Sensible“]
Watts With the Wind: a comprehensive Ontario study
How language is used as a barrier when discussing technical topics
An article about how weather’s unreliability affects wind power
An insightful FAQ on nuclear power
Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) hold significant potential
Learn more about this promising technology
Dr. James Hansen concludes that nuclear power is a net benefit to us
This report puts the risks commonly associated with nuclear power in proper perspective
See our page about Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking).