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I'D NEVER GO ON A BLIND DATE


And then we remember the horror on someone's face as the Blind Date screen went back and we're suddenly glad it's happening to someone else... READ MORE

18th June, 2017 7

HALF OF AMERICA'S NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS SEEN AS MONEY LOSERS


Nuclear power plants are getting paid 20 to 30 a megawatt-hour for their electricity, Nicholas Steckler, an analyst at Bloomberg New Energy Finance, said in a report Wednesday... READ MORE

14th June, 2017 1201

RUSSIA HAS DEVELOPED A CYBER WEAPON THAT CAN DISRUPT POWER GRIDS ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH


And Russian government hackers have already shown their interest in targeting U.S. energy and other utility systems, researchers said... READ MORE

12th June, 2017 17648

SOLAR POWER PRICE SLUMP CASTS SHADOW ON INDIA'S GREEN FUTURE


After the United States withdrew from the Paris climate deal last week, India said it would stick to its huge renewable energy programme... READ MORE

10th June, 2017 0

SOLAR POWER BREAKS UK RECORDS THANKS TO SUNNY WEATHER


Buckley said the grid could handle a far greater proportion of solar power than currently seen, because gas power stations could be ramped down... READ MORE

27th May, 2017 7015

SOUTH AFRICA TO SIGN MORE TRANSPARENT NUCLEAR POWER AGREEMENTS WITH FIVE FOREIGN COUNTRIES


State energy firm Eskom says nuclear power should play a role in South Africa's energy mix and will help reduce reliance on coal... READ MORE

14th May, 2017 14

SIDMOUTH WAGES WAR ON SCAVENGER SEAGULLS WITH ?80 FEEDING FINES


Gps tags reveal the secret life of urban seagulls... READ MORE

7th May, 2017 413

HYDRO ELECTRICITY VERSUS COAL-FIRED POWER IN NORTH QUEENSLAND SET TO BE MAJOR STATE ELECTION ISSUE


We will fast track and support a private sector led coal-fired power station to provide reliable base load power for north Queensland... READ MORE

2nd May, 2017 186

DOCUMENTARY RENEWS DEBATE OVER RENEWABLE ENERGY


What it says is that nuclear power is uneconomical and impractical, the two charges usually aimed at renewable energy in Japan... READ MORE

23rd April, 2017 315

HOW BILLIONAIRE TRUMP ADVISER EVADES ETHICS LAW WHILE SHAPING POLICIES THAT MAKE MONEY FOR HIS WALL STREET FIRM


Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman, untethered by ethics law, oversees Trump's economic policies in ways that are already helping his Wall Street firm... READ MORE

20th April, 2017 2431

RENEWABLES ROADSHOW: HOW BROKEN HILL WENT FROM MINING TO DRAG QUEENS AND SOLAR FARMS


Thomas says while former Broken Hill artists painted mining scenes, many of the newer ones are inspired by renewable energy... READ MORE

13th April, 2017 2121

BRITISH NUCLEAR POWER STATIONS ON TERROR ALERT


Britain's airports and nuclear power stations have been told to tighten their defences against terrorist attacks in the face of increased threats to electronic security systems... READ MORE

2nd April, 2017 40

INDIA'S BAREFOOT COLLEGE LIGHTS UP THE WORLD


It is in such villages like Santa Teresa in Belize that Tilonia's Barefoot College goes to find its women to be trained in solar engineering... READ MORE

1st April, 2017 3081

WESTINGHOUSE WINS UK REACTOR APPROVAL FROM NUCLEAR REGULATOR


Toshiba's 6502.T Westinghouse, which filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday, has won approval for its AP1000 reactor design, Britain's nuclear regulator said on Thursday... READ MORE

30th March, 2017 179

FARMERS BUILD OFF-GRID HOUSE OUT OF BARLEY STRAW


Photo David Potter, Ella Maesepp and Quade in front of their eco-house in Katanning, WA... READ MORE

30th March, 2017 2967

WESTINGHOUSE WOES COULD RAISE POWER BILLS IN GEORGIA, SOUTH CAROLINA


The typical Georgia Power residential customer using 1,000 kilowatt hours pays about 122 per month... READ MORE

28th March, 2017 21

INSPECTORS FIND SAFETY IRREGULARITIES AT CREUSOT NUCLEAR FORGE IN FRANCE


Evidence of doctored paperwork found at Areva-owned forge, which has made parts for Hinkley Point... READ MORE

25th March, 2017 674

BLACKSTONE NEARLY TRIPLES MONEY ON SEAWORLD AMID CONTROVERSY


Blackstone Group LP will nearly triple its money on its seven-year investment in SeaWorld Entertainment Inc... READ MORE

25th March, 2017 116

Trending News Headlines : False Black Power

INDIA UNVEILS THE WORLD'S LARGEST SOLAR POWER PLANT


Images have been released showing the sheer size of the new solar power plant in southern India... READ MORE

29th November, 2016 97733

FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR REACTOR RADIATION AT HIGHEST LEVEL SINCE 2011 MELTDOWN


The one-metre-wide hole was probably created by nuclear fuel that melted and then penetrated the vessel after the tsunami knocked out Fukushima Daiichi's back-up cooling system... READ MORE

3rd February, 2017 74612

CHINA BUILDS WORLD'S BIGGEST SOLAR FARM IN JOURNEY TO BECOME GREEN SUPERPOWER #GLOBALWARNING


Vast plant in Qinghai province is part of China's determination to transform itself from climate change villain to a green energy colossus... READ MORE

19th January, 2017 21279

FINANCIAL INDUSTRY MAY CONTROL RETIREMENT SAVINGS IN A CLINTON ADMINISTRATION


Recently, though, regulators, pension trustees, investment experts and academics have questioned whether retiree savings should be invested with firms like Blackstone in the first place... READ MORE

19th October, 2016 12637

DYING ROBOTS AND FAILING HOPE: FUKUSHIMA CLEAN-UP FALTERS SIX YEARS AFTER TSUNAMI


Naohiro Masuda, the president of Fukushima Daiichi's decommissioning arm, says he wants another probe sent in before deciding on how to remove the melted fuel... READ MORE

10th March, 2017 11829

TRUMP MAY BE GOOD FOR OIL TROUBLE FORRENEWABLES


The president-elect has promised to promote oil, natural gas and coal aggressively, and pull back on Obama administration commitments to fighting climate change... READ MORE

2nd January, 2017 11407

'THE WILD WEST OF WIND': REPUBLICANS PUSH TEXAS AS UNLIKELY GREEN ENERGY LEADER


You don't want to see power lines, wind turbines and solar panels, Wortham said... READ MORE

21st February, 2017 9534

SOLAR PANEL RESEARCHERS INVESTIGATE POWERING TRAINS BY BYPASSING GRID


Imperial College London has partnered with the climate change charity 10 10 to investigate the use of track-side solar panels to power trains, the two organisations announced yesterday... READ MORE

10th January, 2017 9174

ENERGY MINISTER TO BE GIVEN MORE CONTROL IN STATE'S $500M PLAN TO SECURE FUTURE


Photo SA wants to secure its own interests, say Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis and Premier Jay Weatherill... READ MORE

18th March, 2017 5434

EXPLOSION AT EDF'S FLAMANVILLE NUCLEAR PLANT IN NORTHERN FRANCE


Nuclear power provides four-fifths of France's electricity generation, but much of the country's ageing nuclear fleet is expected to close in the 2030s... READ MORE

9th February, 2017 3942

WHERE IS THE WORLD'S WINDIEST CITY? SPOILER ALERT


Air pollution is non-existent as any fumes are whipped away and wind power is harnessed for electricity... READ MORE

15th October, 2015 3332

JAPAN, INDIA SIGN AGREEMENT ON CIVIL NUCLEAR POWER


Energy-hungry India wants to increase nuclear power generation to support its strong economic growth... READ MORE

12th November, 2016 3231

UK SPARE ELECTRICITY CAPACITY TO FALL THIS WINTER


A total of 2.56GW of power has been secured which National Grid says will increase overall margins to 5.1 percent ... READ MORE

14th July, 2015 2051

CORNISH VILLAGE MARKS 25 YEARS OF UK WIND POWER


The Delabole windfarm marked its 25th anniversary in December, having produced enough power to boil 3.4bn kettles since the blades began spinning... READ MORE

3rd January, 2017 2009

COAL PLANTS CAST DOUBTS ON CHINAS PRIORITIES


It is also one of China's biggest owners of coal-fired power plants... READ MORE

11th November, 2015 1919

JAPANESE ANTI-NUCLEAR CANDIDATE WINS ELECTION AT SITE OF WORLD'S BIGGEST ATOMIC POWER STATION


The election became a litmus test for nuclear safety and put Abe's energy policy and Tepco's handling of Fukushima back under the spotlight... READ MORE

17th October, 2016 1840

DENMARK BROKE WORLD RECORD FOR WIND POWER IN 2015


Windy year helps Denmark to produce 42 percent of its electricity from wind turbines, despite two major windfarms being offline... READ MORE

19th January, 2016 1587

BRANDON AND GAIL BLACKMORE CONVICTED BY B.C. JUDGE IN CHILD BRIDE CASE


Gail Blackmore and Oler did not have a lawyer during the trial, so an impartial adviser was appointed to assist the court and provide balance... READ MORE

3rd February, 2017 1555

SCRAPPING HINKLEY FOR RENEWABLE ALTERNATIVES WILL SAVE 'TENS OF BILLIONS'


A final investment decision by EDF on the nuclear power plant's expansion is expected in May... READ MORE

5th April, 2016 1499

WORLD'S BIGGEST FLOATING SOLAR FARM POWERS UP OUTSIDE LONDON


Thames Water said that plans for a super-sewer under London would not affect the solar power project... READ MORE

29th February, 2016 1463

POSSIBLE NUCLEAR FUEL FIND RAISES HOPES OF FUKUSHIMA PLANT BREAKTHROUGH


Operator says it has seen what may be fuel debris beneath badly damaged No 2 reactor, destroyed six years ago in triple meltdown... READ MORE

31st January, 2017 1457

'KILLER' SEAGULLS TOP THE PECKING ORDER FOR A MEDIA FRENZY


He said We've been coming to Cornwall for years and seagulls have always been a problem, especially in St Ives, but things have definitely got worse... READ MORE

24th July, 2015 1453

NEW BLOW FOR HINKLEY POINT CONTRACTOR EDF AFTER FRENCH SAFETY CHECKS


Safety issues force many reactors offline with warnings of power cuts across France, higher energy prices and a rise in emissions... READ MORE

3rd December, 2016 1231

ON EVE OF PARIS CLIMATE SUMMIT, BRITAIN PULLS THE PLUG ON RENEWABLES


It's not just the subsidy cuts that are hurting renewable energy in Britain... READ MORE

20th November, 2015 1191

DREAM OF OFFSHORE U.S. WIND POWER MAY BE JUST TOO UGLY FOR TRUMP


And at least one high-ranking official who has supported offshore wind at the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management... READ MORE

24th February, 2017 1023

ROGUE SUN COULD WIPE OUT LIFE ON EARTH


Still, falling water levels in the storage pool caused anxiety that the fuel rods within could be exposed to the atmosphere... READ MORE

21st December, 2014 1021

NEVADA'S SOLAR WORKERS AND CUSTOMERS REEL AS NEW RULES 'SHUT DOWN' INDUSTRY


California and a number of other states eventually defeated efforts by energy companies and corporate lobby groups to claw back incentives for solar customers... READ MORE

24th February, 2016 962


The lines are described as essential to the success of the country's pivot away from nuclear and coal power and toward mostly renewable energy... READ MORE

25th December, 2014 880

NUCLEAR POWER PLANT WORKERS TO JOIN STRIKE


Workers at French nuclear power stations are due to join a strike over labour reforms that has already paralysed oil refineries and triggered fuel shortages... READ MORE

26th May, 2016 792

THREE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES WANT TO CREATE ARTIFICIAL POWER ISLAND IN NORTH SEA


Three European countries want to create artificial power island in North Sea -- RT Business... READ MORE

9th March, 2017 751


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