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Is the energy transition going to use up all the metal? Elon says no.
Posted on 7 March, 2023 by Eclipse Now
From his recent Tesla day talk you can see that the USGS known resources (as of today) for nickel and lithium almost get to 30% used up. I mean, almost 30%! Then we’ve given the world a clean energy system, … Continue reading →
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Throw some perovskites in the blast furnace for green steel?
Posted on 27 February, 2023 by Eclipse Now
This is mind blowing – as if it works as advertised – it could mean mostly green steel arrives years earlier than the hydrogen method. That is, a large CO2 reduction decades earlier is better than none. Indeed – if … Continue reading →
Posted in Hydrogen, Industrial Ecosystems, Materials & Metals | Leave a comment
It’s groundhog day again, again.
Posted on 24 February, 2023 by Eclipse Now
Nothing new. Stasse’s pushing this. Apparently it’s truer-er if you shout it emotionally. In French. But it’s the same arguments – even if it’s short and passionate and eloquent. And French. (After a few subtitled French philosophy documentaries many years … Continue reading →
Posted in Doomers and Collapse, Materials & Metals, Renewable energy, Solar, Wind | Leave a comment
Aluminium production kidy starting to go green
Posted on 14 February, 2023 by Eclipse Now
Hi all, this piece from PV Magazine is interesting. Aluminium giant to deploy 4 MW renewably-powered technology in WA plant.US aluminium giant Alcoa will go ahead with trialling a steam recycling technology aimed at reducing emissions at its West Australian … Continue reading →
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Mike quotes Mark Mills: it’s Michaux 2.0
Posted on 6 February, 2023 by Eclipse Now
OK – Mike Stasse has found another Michaux. At first this new contender – Mark Mills – had a smooth manner and calm assertions. But within a few minutes I was already concerned. Then I did further research and the … Continue reading →
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