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When Peter Goben, 52, first met his wife Christine, he thought it was fate that they both had grown up in New Bedford but dreamed of living in Fairhaven. Together they built a house in town, raised five children there, and never thought they'd leave,
The scheme promises to reduce costs as in-house monitors will make energy consumption more visible and therefore controllable, and will remove the need for estimated bills. However this month the roll-out was delayed by the Department of Energy and
High-altitude wind startup Makani super fantastic story , Bloomberg Businessweek today reported that Google X, Google's lab for wild and crazy inventions such as Google Glass (wearable computer glasses) and Google's self-driving car, is also buying
As it turned out, this wasn't the case and, in March,, National Grid confirmed that it will target dividend growth "at least in line with the rate of RPI inflation each year for the foreseeable future", cementing its position as a top dividend stock.
Russian supermodel Irina Shayk showed some serious skin at the All is Lost premiere in Cannes yesterday in a plunging Roberto Cavalli cutout dress with a sheer paneled skirt. Cutouts were a huge trend this spring, and while they can be a subtly sexy
This is one reason that the discoms and the Delhi Government's power utility Delhi Transco Limited claim to have no control over -- power cuts on account of natural causes. On Thursday, as large parts of the city reeled under prolonged power cuts,
These days, when everyone is trying to conserve power for ecological and financial reasons, several teens figured out a way to turn urine into power. Four Nigerian teens have lately been credited for the invention of an
The replacement of thousands of prepaid electricity meters to curb electricity income losses of about R3m a month has started in Kimberley, a Sol Plaatje municipality spokesperson said on Thursday. "The municipality was experiencing a high incidence
Kiwis can't afford proper heating Anna Cross, Newstalk ZB May 23, 2013, 7:01 am Reaching for a rug this winter?...A new survey by Canstar Blue has found more than a third of New Zealanders can't afford to heat their home adequately in winter.
Gov. Pat Quinn's effort to block ComEd from hiking rates was rejected by state lawmakers on Wednesday. The House voted 71-44 to override Quinn's veto of the legislation, the minimum number of votes needed to do so. The vote came a day after the