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President Barack Obama is sticking to a fossil-fuel dependent energy policy, delivering a blow to a monthslong, behind-the-scenes effort by nearly every major environmental group to convince the White House that the policy is at odds with his goals
Institute for Energy Research President Thomas Pyle released this statement following President Obama's State of the Union address: Tonight, the President offered little hope to the American families concerned about the rising energy costs that
Energy prices are effectively dropping, and Kiwis can look forward to years of smaller increases, the boss of one of New Zealand's major power companies says. Mighty River Power chief executive Doug Heffernan said today that energy prices were
41 South Korea is increasingly dependent on nuclear power with plans for more power plants in the future. [EPA] South Korea has approved funding for two new nuclear plants to boost its nuclear power industry struggling to emerge from the shadow of
Headlines News The House of Representatives formally endorsed on Tuesday the government's new energy policy, which will gradually reduce the use of fossil energy and turn to renewable resources for future energy use. This is a milestone for our
Saudi Arabia has a growing population with a steadily rising demand for energy as consumption increases by 7-10 percent each year, according to experts attending the high-profile event in Riyadh on Empowering Saudi Arabia's emerging renewable sector.
China is pressing ahead with its plans to resume nuclear power plant approvals to combat air pollution and improve the nation's energy structure, the National Energy Ad mini stration said on Tuesday. More measures will be steadily introduced this
This concern, however, was hardly limited to the annual conclave in the Swiss Alps. It reverberated with simultaneous developments in both Brussels and Berlin that point to the beginning of a major, if difficult, rethink of Europe's energy policies.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Nuclear, wind and renewable debate: Bennett and Dorries 28 January 2014 Last updated at 14:49 GMT An offshore wind farm off the Cumbrian coast in the Irish Sea starts generating electricity for the first
Ministers are reportedly reviewing laws that would allow fracking to be carried out underneath houses without the permission of the owners. Trespass laws are being examined to pave the way for energy companies to explore for shale gas. Operators need