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By Jaswinder Kaur SABAH Electricity Sdn Bhd says the proposed 300-megawatt coal- fired plant in Silam, Lahad Datu, is crucial to meeting power needs in Sabah's east coast. Non-governmental organisations say it will have an adverse impact on ecosystems in the nearby Danum Valley and Darvel Bay.
Text of report by Czech privately-owned independent centre-left newspaper Pravo website, on 23 July [Report by Jakub Tronicek: "Secret Services Warn of Dearth of Energy Sources"] Secret services around the world, including this country's own, have been warning for quite some time now that one of the growing threats facing modern societies is primarily a shortage of energy sources, which is why the issue of energy security is pushing its way to the centre of attention in almost all developed...
For most folks algae is something that you clean out of a fish-tank, but for David James of Opelika, Ala., it just may be a solution to the ever increasing gas prices.
By Sandra Emerson Photo Gallery:Solar Electric Photovoltaic System Class POMONA - Sunny days are here for those looking into alternative energy sources.
By Judy Dempsey With stability returning to Algeria and UN sanctions lifted from Libya, European energy giants are vying with each other to tap new sources of natural gas and oil in these North African countries.
By JULIE ANN GRIMM BUCKMAN DIRECT DIVERSION City looks to cut back in other areas to limit carbon footprint Power: Could increase demand by 70 percent While the prospective Buckman Direct Diversion project is aimed at providing a more sustainable supply of drinking water for Santa Fe, it will drastically increase electricity use.
WASHINGTON, July 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New research from the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) reveals that 98 percent of homeowners believe it is important that their home be as energy efficient as possible, yet only 41 percent believe it is easy to make these types of home improvements.
By Judy Dempsey For weeks now, people across Europe have been trying to cope with the soaring price of oil. What is less talked about but just as painful is the increase in the price of gas.
Tokyo Ohka Kogyo Co., Ltd. (TOK) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) are collaborating to establish new, low-cost methods for bringing the next generation of solar energy products to market -- products that will be more affordable and easier to install than those available today.
By Joe Nelson, San Bernardino County Sun, Calif. Jun. 7--HIGHLAND -- You can bet that students at St. Adelaide School can tell you how wind, water and the sun produce energy in ways more environmentally friendly than those nasty fossil fuels.