Final Thought

September 2019
Taking Stock of Bernie Sanders'
Feeling the Bern? The progressive firebrand’s 16.3 trillion “Green New Deal” is about to act as the ultimate litmus test. Whether you agree with Bernie Sanders or not – we’re not in the business of discussing politics at PSD – it’s worth discussing a plan that could end up costing nearly
. . . Read More
Date:
09/30/2019
New Breakthroughs Push Battery Technology Forward
Improved energy storage is possibly the Holy Grail of the industry at this particular time for a variety of reasons. Designers want to make smaller products, but are limited by battery size; there is an expected shortage of Lithium just as the demand from the electric car market is about to increase dramatically;
. . . Read More
Date:
09/30/2019
A Solar-Powered Spacecraft Inspired by Golden Age of Sail
In space, power is everything – supplies are limited and a recharge is difficult or impossible, so renewable energy is critical. And what’s the most abundant source of energy in the galaxy? The sun. This is hardly a revelation – we’ve tinkered with solar power since the earliest days of the
. . . Read More
Date:
09/03/2019

Huge Technology Investment is Not Short of Critics
As well as writing about technology, I try to keep up with the latest news from the sector. Personally, I’m more interested in the technology itself, rather than the business side of things, but I also try keep up with that side when I can. This month, one article caught my eye, in fact it made me do a double
. . . Read More
Date:
09/03/2019