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00 am Univenture aims to apply green building management to its new real estate projects, including Sathorn Square, after it bought a stake in Golden Land Property Development late last year. "Being green is one of the milestones in running our
Tense engineers have their eyes peeled on complex colour-coded diagrams on a wall-sized screen that makes their control room look like the inside of a spaceship. They work with a power system that would have seemed equally futuristic not so long ago.
The dependence on imported coal for meeting energy requirements is likely to continue in the coming years, going by the Planning Commission's estimates. The Plan panel is of the view that the country would face shortfall of 200 million tonne coal by
Tom Peterkin, The Scotsman , 16 May 2013 Critics point out that landowners rent their land to renewable generators, whose wind farms are subsidised by extra levies on ordinary electricity consumers. Tory MEP Struan Stevenson's estimates suggest that
Query Danny Harvey Forget pipelines Canada must prepare for a post-carbon world Danny Harvey The Globe and Mail Last updated Friday, May. The expansion of oil-sands operations and various pipeline proposals to get bitumen to market have incraseingly
The International Energy Agency said this week that a supply shock will essentially change the way the oil market works and with change come opportunities, analysts said. The supply shock the IEA referred to in its Medium-Term Oil Market Report comes
Friday 17 May 2013 The Customs Department will implement Saudi standards and classifications on minimizing energy consumption in air conditioners on Sept. 7. The Customs Department said it would not allow the import of air conditioners that do not
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said overhauling the country's energy sector is a top priority for his administration. Reforms under consideration include letting national oil companies partner with their foreign counterparts to open the country
Marcy Reed, president of National Grid in Massachusetts, right, speaks at the announcement Thursday of the companys Sustainability Hub at Clark University. In simpler times, city residents knew that, if they wanted to light up their homes with
South Korea rose from poverty to prosperity on the back of brawny industrialization, manufacturing carbon-heavy autos, ships and steel for the rest of the world mostly under the stern guidance of military-backed governments.