Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment is the commitment under Sustainable Development Goal 5, which we will look at in depth today If every cause has an effect, every problem has a solution. Under this premise, the United Nations formulated 17 ambitious goals in its 2030 Agenda with the aim of putting an end to the... Read more »
Landscapes with wind turbines on the horizon have become a common sight, but do you know when the world’s first wind farm was built? It was 1981 when collaboration between NASA and the US Department of Energy led to the commissioning of the world’s first wind farm, Towards 2000. This prototype – given that the... Read more »
Right now, it’s essential to know the keys to Industry 4.0. The First Industrial Revolution was marked by the leap from manual production to machine-based manufacturing. The Second Industrial Revolution arrived with the development of mass production following chain production. The Third Industrial Revolution was characterised by the introduction of the computer and automation. In... Read more »
The United States, the world's largest economy and the second-largest consumer of electricity on the planet, is laying the foundations for a future in which its power grid will be increasingly connected to energy storage sources. Indeed a report by the U.S. Energy Administration (EIA) estimates that the United States will triple its energy storage capacity in just three years.