The movie “Oppenheimer” has found a global audience this summer, but it is a stark reminder that the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki changed the world. What effect, if any, will it have on the future of nuclear power in this country? Read on as Max Rohr explains the issue.
A geo-exchange system either extracts energy from the ground for heating or pumps it back into the ground for cooling. Energy companies and large construction firms can use this technology to help decarbonize our buildings and remain profitable. BF Nagy describes a few such North American projects in this month’s column.