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Are Environmentalist Stunts Obfuscating A Serious Nuclear Debate?

Are Environmentalist Stunts Obfuscating A Serious Nuclear Debate?

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IEA: The World Needs More Diverse Cobalt Sources

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Alternative Energy

The World’s Most Expensive Power Project

The World’s Most Expensive Power Project

Apr 09, 2018 at 13:01 | Leonard Hyman & William Tilles

We thought that the price for non-carbon electricity had peaked when the U.K. government agreed to require UK electricity customers pay £92.50 ($130.43) per MWH for the output from the…

Saudi Arabia To Fund Giant Solar Project With Oil Riches

Saudi Arabia To Fund Giant Solar Project With Oil Riches

Apr 06, 2018 at 16:51 | Robert Rapier

Modern Saudi Arabia has been built on the back of petroleum — an ancient resource that has been stored for millions of years underneath the kingdom. The Ghawar oilfield is…

Solar Attracted More Investment Than Any Technology In 2017

Solar Attracted More Investment Than Any Technology In 2017

Apr 05, 2018 at 11:42 | MINING.com

Solar power last year attracted far more investment than any other technology, reaching almost $161 billion, an 18 percent increase when compared to 2016, a new study backed by the…

Renewables Are Closing In On Fossil Fuels

Renewables Are Closing In On Fossil Fuels

Apr 03, 2018 at 12:25 | Nick Cunningham

Coal has been getting the squeeze for years now, but the plunging cost of renewable energy is already starting to give natural gas a run for its money. The implications…

EV Revolution Could Cost Thousands Of Jobs

EV Revolution Could Cost Thousands Of Jobs

Mar 30, 2018 at 16:05 | Irina Slav

“Electric cars are disasters. They are evil.” This is what the head of one of the largest labor unions in the auto industry told Reuters last week. Ha Bu-young,…

The Philippines Pivots To Renewables

The Philippines Pivots To Renewables

Mar 30, 2018 at 15:51 | Oxford Business Group

In early March the Board of Investments (BoI), the investment promotion agency, revealed details of eight solar projects worth P86bn ($1.7bn) to be rolled out from October. The largest, the…

Building The World’s Largest Solar Project

Building The World’s Largest Solar Project

Mar 28, 2018 at 17:27 | Nick Cunningham

Saudi Arabia wants to pour $200 billion into solar to build the world’s largest solar project. The Saudi sovereign wealth fund and SoftBank Group Corp. of Japan jointly announced plans…

Who Really Loses If The U.S. Walks Away From Saudi Nuclear Deal?

Who Really Loses If The U.S. Walks Away From Saudi Nuclear Deal?

Mar 26, 2018 at 11:13 | Gary Norman

The U.S. is currently in talks with Saudi Arabia concerning a nuclear energy programme, which Riyadh says is a means of diversifying its economy and freeing itself from a reliance…

U.S. Is Not Saudi Arabia’s Only Option For Nuclear Power

U.S. Is Not Saudi Arabia’s Only Option For Nuclear Power

Mar 23, 2018 at 10:46 | Irina Slav

The United States is not Saudi Arabia’s only option when it comes to developing nuclear energy projects, Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said during Crown Prince Mohammed’s two-week visit in the…

Is Tesla In Crisis?

Is Tesla In Crisis?

Mar 22, 2018 at 11:40 | Jon LeSage

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is facing a series of headache-inducing calamities as he pushes to transform the electric carmaker from niche player to mass-market manufacturer with the Tesla Model 3.…

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