energy needs


India Must Ramp Up Nuclear to Meet Climate and Energy Goals

November 16, 2015 by Jarret Adams

With one-fifth of its 1.3 billion citizens without electricity and a rapidly growing economy, India must build a staggering amount of new power generation if it hopes to keep up with rising demand. But keeping control of its emissions means that it must maximize its use of low-carbon energy sources.[read more]


Why Does the U.S. Still Need So Much Fracking Oil?

November 12, 2014 by John Miller

Fracking Oil and Energy Needs

United States petroleum consumption peaked in the year 2005, and it has been declining from that high ever since. Can this improvement of U.S. petroleum consumption be sustained and possibly achieve a 30 percent reduction in 2005 to 2030?[read more]

IAEE President: Range of Prescriptions Needed to Address Africa's Nuanced and Varied Energy Challenges

June 19, 2014 by Jared Anderson

Africa Energy Needs and Challenges

Many in developed economies often think and speak about Africa in a one size fits all context, and of course nothing could be further from the truth. The vast continent is a diverse tapestry of sovereign nations with varied geography, demographics, religions and energy-related challenges.[read more]

BBOXX & Off-Grid Clean Tech 2.0

November 19, 2013 by Justin Guay

Off-Grid Clean Tech

Off-Grid applications are clean technology's next big market. Nowhere is this more true than Africa where the International Energy Agency predicts population growth will outstrip grid expansion to leave 645 million without power.[read more]

Nuclear Energy Projects Play Vital Role in Meeting Growing Energy Demands

September 10, 2013 by Mia Shaw

Nuclear's Vital Role

The U.S. Department of Energy projects that U.S. electricity demand will rise 28 percent by 2040. The nation will subsequently need hundreds of new power plants in order to provide electricity to Americans as well as to sustain economic growth.[read more]