Space 

New geostationary weather satellite lifted by Russian Proton-M

Russia airlifted a geostationary weather satellite that is new, the Elektro-L No.3, on 24th December aboard a Proton-M spaceship that flew from Baikonur Cosmodrome. The launch happened on time at 18:03 local time (12:03 UTC). It conducted a mission of six and a half-hour for Russia’s old heavy-lift spaceship. Elektro-L NO.3 comes third in the series of weather satellites deployed by Russia to the geostationary orbit, from where satellites can picture and monitor the whole Earth’s disc. The Elektro satellites complete a low orbit of Russia meteor satellites in giving…

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Energy 

The most of all UK drivers does not expect to buy an electric car by 2030

It could be over a decade before EVs become famous because people do not want to agree to long distances with one charge. In an inquiry on the United Kingdom’s 1753 car drivers by RAC experts, it would be 368 miles before a typical driver would consider owning an electric vehicle. All except one electric car already on sale in the UK would be exempt. The long-range Tesla Model S can traverse 379 miles at rates of £ 77,700. In comparison to any EV on sale in the United Kingdom,…

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Will the power grid meet the energy demand for Electric Vehicles?

In 2050 there will be plenty of other cells in electric vehicles to promote a grid running on wind and solar–as experts from the International Renewable Energy Agency say if intelligent adaptors link the two. The Irena team leads the expectations and industries for energy renewables, Francisco Boshell, stated, that electric cars should have 40 terawatt-hours of battery space by that deadline relative with nine terawatts in static storage. “If the perception of the point isn’t from a transportation point of view, but an energy-sector point of view, it implies that…

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The current study reveals Electric Vehicle Costs

A recent survey from AAA shows that the expenses of buying a new model electric vehicle for five years and 75,000 kilometers of commuting each year are just marginally higher than the cost of the gas-powered automobile–around $600 monthly. The study further found that one of the greatest fears correlated with these vehicles is that the reality of driving an electric car–several worries. According to the AAA report, a plurality of buyers (91 percent) said they had at least one question before buying an electric vehicle-things like a lack of…

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Why California should invest in electric cars?

How are we going to pay? That’s the number one question posed in answer to daring strategies to the environment. Decades of an excellently-funded belief that we can move away from fossil energy without affecting the economy has powered the business versus environment argument. It is easier to believe that substantial actions for greening our economic system will create things further challenges in California, where several residents tightrope their way to reach their ends. We also checked this theory by modeling the potential impacts of the expanded use of electric vehicles…

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IRS Schedule 1: ‘ Financial Interest ‘ Classification Cryptocurrency Question:

I have been cracking the latest “cryptocurrency question” in Schedule 1 of the IRS for the last several weeks. We will have a closer look into the category of “financial interest” in this previous post of the show (part 6 of 6) This is an incredibly subjective classification that can be interpreted and evaluated on an individual level. (For the specifics of the question in Schedule 1 the IRS did not define the word “financial interest”)  The’ financial interest’ segment, in my view, is all-inclusive; it seeks to cover anything…

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Energy Market Reports 

Renewable power sales for Google, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft grows

According to new figures, the world’s largest technology companies have fuelled a track rise in renewables marketed directly to international corporations the year before. Due to a growing thirst for sustainable power, clean energy from renewables developers purchased by industries has increased three times in the two previous years. The most important renewable energy buyers to fuel their data hubs were software powerhouses, like Google, Facebook, Amazon, as well as Microsoft. BloombergNEF has discovered that international companies have, in the last 12 years, acquired sufficient clean power to overshadow all…

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Cryptocurrencies Market Reports 

Cryptocurrency and forex prediction – the exchange rate between strong currencies

The exchange rate between the Euro and the US dollar has fallen again. The Euro has lost at least 70 points that the US dollar has gained in the past five days. This drop is a result of two causes, which are; the cautious new ECB head called Christine Lagarde and the coronavirus widespread in China. The Eurozone has a strong economy compared to china, and in recent days, there has been an ongoing trade war between the countries. If the Chinese economy drops, also the European economy stumbles to…

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Sandstone layers on Mars by NASA

Technological development has improved space exploration worldwide. Significant improvements, like high-resolution images and quicker space feedback, have advanced space exploration. Likewise, more planets have been observed in detail, while other planets like Pluto are nullified as being a planet. Therefore, technology has enhanced scientific and archaeological research globally. One of the recent space images displayed what seemed to be sandstone layers. Consequently, scientists and archaeology have searched for the existence of life in other planets apart from Earth. Thus, the images displayed by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), a NASA product,…

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Africa to get $65.7m for Investing in Renewable Energy Projects from the UK

Selected African Countries will benefit from $65.7m from the government of the UK for renewable energy projects. The endorsed plans are the geothermal power stations in Ethiopia, solar farms in Kenya as well as the storage of clean energy in Sub-Saharan Africa. The primary objective of investing in these projects is to ensure that African nations join the rest of the world in having clean energy.  The African nations will obtain the funding, as the UK financial experts and scientists will work together with their African correspondents to grasp the…

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