Articles by tag: Japan

The Negative Public Perception of Nuclear Energy is Posing More Risks Than Its Actual Threat

Despite being in the age of information, misinformation can often cast a longer shadow especially pertaining to the perception of nuclear energy. Even with its green credentials and immense potential for reducing carbon emissions, nuclear power struggles with public perception. Currently, there are a lot of fears and misinformation with Japan’s release of […]

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In the Wake of Fukushima’s Waste Water Release, Public Perception on Nuclear Power Could Face a Roadblock

The fear and misinformation surrounding radiation has long loomed large in the public imagination. This is thanks to sensationalist portrayals and misunderstandings about its actual risks. With Japan recently deciding to release Fukushima water, there is even more global concern and more misinformation. That’s evidenced with China’s ban on the country’s seafood. When […]

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Japan’s Radioactive Water Release Won’t Impact Neighboring Countries, Despite China’s Opposition and Ban on Japanese Seafood

With news of China banning seafood from Japan, the debate around nuclear energy has always been fraught with concerns about safety, especially following high-profile incidents like Fukushima. However, it’s worth noting that nuclear plants across the world, including officials in countries vocally concerned about Japan’s handling of tritiated water, routinely have their own radioactive […]

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Renewable Energy Sources are Too Unpredictable to be the Sole Answer for Decarbonizing Energy Generation

The urgent need to address climate change is a global priority, and the race towards a carbon-neutral future is a complex and challenging undertaking. As the planet has experienced one of the hottest months on record in July 2023, the calls to combat the climate crisis are resonating louder than ever before. Decarbonizing […]

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Biden Nears Win as Japan, Dutch Back China Chip Controls

For more on the West’s race to implement China chip controls, read Bloomberg’s explainer on the computer chip “arms race.” (Bloomberg) — Japan and the Netherlands are poised to join the US in limiting China’s access to advanced semiconductor machinery, forging a powerful alliance that will undercut Beijing’s ambitions to build its own domestic […]

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ChargeExpo 2024: How Advanced Conductors Can Enhance EV Infrastructure and Revolutionize the Energy Sector
March 1, 2024

The U.S. power grid is struggling, and it’s no wonder why: The aging grid was not built for a time when clean energy sources would begin to replace fossil fuels. With an increasing number of Americans expected to switch to electric vehicles in the coming years, the need to decarbonize the power grid and […]

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Energy efficiency
The Future of the Energy Sector Rests on Energy Efficiency. Global Energy Partners is Leading the Way
March 1, 2024

The spotlight was on the future of energy efficiency at ChargeExpo 2024, with industry leaders gathering to discuss innovative solutions and trends shaping the sector. At the forefront of this shift is the drive to reduce carbon footprints and lower utility bills for consumers and businesses alike. This trend aligns with recent developments, such […]

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Transforming Urban Utilities with AI: Spotlight on Ubicquia’s DTM+ at DISTRIBUTECH 2024
February 29, 2024

In a world where technology is reshaping every aspect of life, Ubicquia is leading the charge in transforming urban development and utility management through the power of artificial intelligence (AI). Dedicated to building safer cities by leveraging the power of technology, Ubicquia has even won awards for its innovations. The DTM+, a device designed […]

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DISTRIBUTECH 2024: How Oracle’s Game-Changing ADMS Tech Can Power the Future of Utility Companies
February 29, 2024

The utility industry is facing disruption: As citizens increasingly transition to electric vehicles and adopt renewable energy sources, utility companies are being forced to grapple with infrastructure too ill-equipped to support these evolving demands. Recognizing the need for a more adaptable and efficient grid, Oracle has introduced its Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) alongside […]

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