At a time when fossil fuels are being contested and a higher share of more volatile renewables being pushed with the goal of them taking over, the recently declared ban of the Diesel engine car closely followed by a more severe ban on all fossil fuel-powered vehicle sales by 2040 could only mean the adoption of electric vehicles for transportation. This would in turn mean a drastic change in all sectors of trade, industry and above all infrastructure at all levels. More closer to us all, this would put a strain not only on all grid systems starting with of course the electrical one but on every aspects of everyday life. This state of affairs would affect first and foremost the advanced economies but relatedly and with some time lag all other countries, especially those of the fossil energy source producing countries of the MENA region.
According to the IEA, all renewable energy industries in 2015 have overtaken the coal ones to become the largest source of global electricity production before adding that this would continue the same way within the foreseeable future and possibly beyond. Production of energy however in this instance electricity is one thing and storing it for […]
Al Jazeera TV published on 30 December 2015 a report on the French on Grand Renaissance Dam EIA on the River Nile and its impact on the environment of its valley throughout the 3 neighbouring countries. Here it is below Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan sign new deal on Nile dam French firms to study environmental […]
Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia agreed last Monday in a Khartoum ceremony involving the 3 heads of states concerned on a project of a dam on the River Nile . Ethiopia, is the source of the Blue Nile that joins the White Nile in Khartoum before running through and finishing its life in the Egyptian Mediterranean Sea. […]