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Industrial Blyth reflects on renewable energy through art
When the ships and coal are gone, a new shared identity emerges, whether welcomed or mourned. The "Energies" exhibit seeks to understand it.
Why Europe cannot afford to shun nuclear power
With Brussels focusing on decarbonization by means of electrification using solar and wind, the big elephant in the room remains nuclear power.
Will the pandemic have a lasting impact on the energy industry?
Many experts predict that the devastating effects of Covid-19 on Big Oil will last long after the pandemic ends.
Renewables a ‘win-win’ strategy to end Ethiopia dam dispute
Researchers say adding regional solar and wind resources to Ethiopia's hydropower is a solution that benefits Egypt and Sudan too.
Massive Texas power crisis: No, it’s not the renewables
The Texas cold fuels a storm over energy policy, even as the U.S. returns to the Paris Agreement and moves toward elements of a Green New Deal.
Why Singapore should consider nuclear power
When Covid-19 forced countries into lockdown for the first time, reports abounded of reduced pollution and clear skies as a result of the sharp reduction in economic activity. This visible change in the environment has increased pressure on policymakers around