The U.S. Military is all about efficiency and effectiveness. In the eyes of the military, the best way to approach any operation is one in which the greatest amount is accomplished by using as few resources as possible. These ideals and parameters fit into the profiles for all of the [...]
No matter where you live you know as well as anyone that energy bills aren’t cheap. Reports say the prices are set...
The bill passed by Congress in early 2013 to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff, the American Taxpayer Relief Act, included...
The Time Lists has released its ‘Top 20 Green Tech Ideas’, and what a list it is. At Decipher CM, we’ve picked...
As soon as you consider the numerous sources of renewable energy that could help reduce the world’s reliance on fossil fuels, much consideration should be given to geothermal energy. Geothermal is an entirely clean form of energy that does not pose the same health risks associated with the gathering, use, [...]Read more ›
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission or FERC has released its latest report on the U.S. Energy Infrastructure Update. According to the report, 82% of all new electrical generating capacity in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2013 came from renewable energy sources. This totals to 1,546MW of generated electricity, [...]Read more ›
While many people expect the world to move largely to solar power in the next 50 years, most experts are doubtful of this possibility. While solar power will be an important component of the energy sector in the future, the future will be much more complex than most imagine. Today, [...]Read more ›
Have the dangers of nuclear power been overhyped? If former NASA scientist and climate activist James Hansen is to be believed, the use of nuclear power over the past few decades has actually saved lives. A recently-published paper by two researchers at NASA‘s Goddard Institute of Space Studies has run the [...]Read more ›
The European Supergrid is a project still in the works and is designed to provide huge amounts of benefits to European countries but how about the rest of the world? Read on to find out. Defined as “a pan-European transmission network facilitating the integration of large-scale renewable energy and the [...]Read more ›
Japan recently announced that a team of research scientists managed to successfully extract natural gas from an offshore deposit of methane hydrate. Methane hydrate, also known as clathrates or, more colloquially, as flammable ice, is a sherbert-like substance that forms when methane gas is trapped and pressurized in ice below [...]Read more ›