January 21, 2022

Transportation: New Global Database on Bus Rapid Transit Launched

From Embarq (World Resources Institute): Three global organizations have teamed up to launch the most comprehensive, public database of bus rapid transit (BRT) systems around the world. The new site, BRTdata.org, was created by EMBARQ, the World Resources Institute’s center for sustainable transport, and the Across Latitudes and Cultures – Bus Rapid Transit Centre of […]

Energy Information Administration (EIA) Releases Beta Versions of Several New Features

Direct to New EIA Beta What’s Available on the EIA Site (More to Come): Electric Power Monthly We’ve expanded the EPM to include standard web pages, in addition to the downloadable Excel files. The HTML pages support interactive charting. Please see “1.1 Energy Source: Total – All Sectors” for a good example. Petroleum Data Pages […]

Reference: Nuclear Energy: A New Science Tracer Bullet from the Library of Congress

Science Tracer Bullet 11-1: Nuclear Energy is now available online. This guide to nuclear energy is not intended as a comprehensive bibliography, but highlights selected works about the production, distribution, and transmission of nuclear energy. A number of online resources are also included. Review the Entire Online Collection of LC Science Tracer Bullets Science Tracer […]

U.S.: Reference: DOE Introduces First-of-Its Kind Database for Tidal Energy Resources

From U.S. Dept. of Energy Announcement: The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in partnership with the Georgia Institute of Technology today introduced a new database highlighting the energy potential available in the United States from ocean tides. This online database is an important step towards providing information that can improve the performance, lower the costs, […]