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Are electric scooters legal?

Are electric scooters legal in the UK?

The cities are expanding. Along with cities, new communities are coming into existence. The competition is growing every day, and amid this wave of globalization, electric scooters have gradually made their way. Their sleek design and lightweight body have made them comfortable and easy-to-go. The specialty of electric scooters is that they operate on rechargeable batteries, which makes them environment-friendly. Let us move forward and find the answer to our… Read more

How efficient are electric cars?

The new future is here. The new generation cost-effective cars have already made their mark. In less time, electric vehicles have become too popular, and the primary reason is that they are cost-effective and run on electrical power. But have you ever tried to understand the efficiency of these cars? What has made them so preferred over the gasoline-powered vehicles? In this article, you will discover the answer to… Read more

What is clean electricity and how to get it for your home?

You must be familiar with the word “electricity.” Electricity is now an indispensable part of our life and day-to-day work. But are you aware of “clean electricity”? Amazed right? Electricity is available in two major types, dirty and clean. Too many questions might be rising in your head. No worries, in this article you will get a detailed understanding of clean and dirty electricity, their significance, their differences, and also… Read more
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Solar panels on homes: Pros and Cons

Over the years, scientists and environmentalists have been looking for an alternative source of electricity or power supply that is cheaper as well as abundant than the traditional electrical energy. The electromagnetically generated electricity is turning costlier with every passing year. Even the resources required to create the necessary power is depleting with time. The inevitable increase in demand for electricity had left every organization into a deep well… Read more
Power and energy

Power vs Energy

The physical world of science is based on several factors that are further categorized under different subheadings and topics. With the mechanical work concerning humans and machines; power and energy play a significant role. From Lifting of a box to the glowing of a lamp, energy and power have their respective roles. However, most of the people misunderstand or misinterpret the usability of both these SI measurements. The units and… Read more
Obama’s half-truth on the BP oil disaster

Obama’s half-truth on the BP oil disaster

During President Obama’s comments today on the progressing BP oil fiasco in the Gulf, there was an exchange of words between the POTUS and a reporter posing an inquiry: Q: On April 21st, we were informed by Admiral Allen that the government had dispatched equipment immediately to the gulf. It was also mentioned on that day that you understood the urgency of the situation. However, 39 to 40 days later,… Read more

What is known about the Kerry Nuclear Energy

Sens. Kerry, and Lieberman (excluding their GOP sidekick, Lindsey Graham) are set to deliver their nuclear energy or cap-and-trade bill today, after half a year of postponement. Until we see authoritative content, we need to remark on the expansive framework made accessible yesterday and the extra synopsis being flowed among administrative staff and accessible here. It is not appropriate for this to be called a “Climate Bill” as this… Read more

BP Safety Record: Worst of any oil company in America

“BP is a London-based oil company with one of the worst safety records of any oil company operating in America,” says Tyson Slocum of Public Citizen. “In just the last few years, BP has paid $485 million in fines and settlements to the US government for environmental crimes, willful neglect of worker safety rules, and penalties for manipulating energy markets.” Watch Public Citizen’s Energy Director Tyson Slocum on Democracy Read more

Cost of doing business: BP’s $730 million in fines/settlements + 2 criminal convictions

Original article by Tyson Slocum BP or the British Petroleum Company Limited is an oil organization working in America that has spent over $730 million to pay the US Governments, National Governments, and Civil Lawsuit Judgments as they are considered liable for bad behaviors against the climate, negligence of worker safety rules and, lastly the control of energy markets. Obliviousness costing an aggregate of $215 million In February… Read more
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BP organization’s $485 million in fines – a job well done!

It has already been discussed how expanding oil drilling companies would not solve our energy issues, however, the blast that occurred at a Transocean/BP-operated Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico on the 20th of April further explains why. This blast killed 11 laborers and is presently releasing 5,000 barrels of oil each day into the bay. Transocean oversees 141 other Deepwater oil rigs far and wide.… Read more