Coal & Nuclear Lobbies Threaten Renewable Energy In South Africa

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Aug 212017
 

Originally published on The Conversation. By Hartmut Winkler, Professor of Physics, University of Johannesburg South African power utility Eskom recently repeated that it will not conclude supply contracts with the developers of new renewable energy power stations. These developers were selected under a programme to facilitate private sector involvement in the building of medium-sized renewable energy power stations. The [&hellip

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10 Missing After U.S. Navy Ship and Oil Tanker Collide Off Singapore

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Aug 212017
 

No oil leaks have been reported in the area, according to the Singaporean authority. The Strait of Malacca, between the Malay Peninsula and the Indonesian island of Sumatra, is notoriously difficult to navigate because of congested traffic and episodes of …
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Tourism to Antarctica is booming thanks to Millennials – NEWS.com.au

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Aug 202017
 

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Tourism to Antarctica is booming thanks to Millennials
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But that obsession with an authentic, off-the-beaten-path travel experience isn't leaving many countries left on their bucket-list — which is why a surprising destination is having its moment. Antarctica looks set to be one of the hottest travel

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Tesla Model 3 vs Electric Competitors (The Straight Specs)

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Aug 202017
 

I recently compared the specs of the Tesla Model 3 to the specs of 22 gas-powered competitors that are more or less “in the Model 3’s class.” Naturally, readers also requested that we compare the Model 3 with other electric cars in such a detailed way. So here we are!

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Online Stock – Overdose On Viagra Amputation

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Aug 192017
 

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Top Electric Car Countries (Charts)

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Aug 192017
 

Countries worldwide are taking an aggressive stance in order to expedite the transition to electric vehicles. Yet automakers are moving slowly — the Big Three in Detroit are taking a wait-and-see approach with vehicle electrification. And Germany’s finest are also dragging their feet. One automaker is leading the way. According to The Telegraph, “Tesla, owned by billionaire Elon Musk, announced that its ‘budget’ Model 3 electric car went on sale earlier this month. This is the first Tesla car targeted for the mass market as it comes with a much more affordable [$ 35,000 USD] price tag.”

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Scientists Find Record 2.7-Million-Year-Old Ice Core in Antarctica … – Smithsonian

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Aug 182017
 

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Scientists Find Record 2.7-Million-Year-Old Ice Core in Antarctica …
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Back in 2010, a group of scientists drilling in Antarctica pulled up a one-million-year-old chunk of ice. At the time, it was the oldest ice core ever discovered.
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The Legal Challenge To Spain’s Capacity Market Payments Is Well-Founded, Finds IEEFA

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Aug 182017
 

A recent call by two environmental organizations for a formal state aid probe into Spain’s payments subsidizing gas- and coal-fired power plants appears to be well warranted, given multiple breaches of European state aid guidelines

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GGP: Venezuela crisis is the hidden consequence of Saudi Arabia’s oil price war

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Aug 182017
 

The first is to drive US shale producers out of business and consolidate the Gulf state’s leading role in global oil. Producing oil from shale via fracking is expensive, around US$ 60 a barrel, while the cost of natural oil is no higher than US$ 7 a barrel.
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