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02/17/2018 / By Robert Jonathan

The once Golden State is now the pinnacle of pandering with virtue-signalling Democrats in complete control of the government there.

http://www.power.news/2018-02-17-collapsifornia-promises-to-reject-offshore-oil-energy.html

02/16/2018 / By David Williams

It has been seven years since the worst industrial disaster in all of human history happened in Fukushima, yet its

http://www.power.news/2018-02-16-more-melted-fuel-found-at-fukushima-7-years-later-underwater-robot-captures-images-that-prove-at-least-some-of-the-fuel-breached-the-core.html

02/14/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Solar energy is often touted as the energy source of tomorrow. We’ve been told that it’s clean, it’s safe, it’s

http://www.power.news/2018-02-14-how-to-determine-solar-is-a-good-investment-for-your-home.html

02/11/2018 / By David Williams

The world’s first biofuel flight turned out to be a huge success, and it was powered by 24,000 kilograms of

http://www.power.news/2018-02-11-worlds-first-biofuel-flight-between-us-and-australia-quantas-dreamliner.html

02/11/2018 / By David Williams

For all of their apparent benefits, it should be no surprise to anyone why many countries have decided to go

http://www.power.news/2018-02-11-worlds-soon-to-be-largest-offshore-wind-farm-just-began-construction.html

02/09/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Imagine this scenario: you’re relaxing at home with your family, then the power suddenly goes out. Will everyone panic because

http://www.power.news/2018-02-09-preparing-for-disaster-how-to-set-up-backup-electric-power.html

02/09/2018 / By David Williams

You have probably already heard plenty about the many electric cars that will start hitting public roads at some point

http://www.power.news/2018-02-09-harley-davidson-working-on-delivering-first-electric-motorcycle-in-the-next-18-months.html

02/08/2018 / By David Williams

The U.S. has made some considerable progress in the renewable energy industry over the past few years, but a majority of

http://www.power.news/2018-02-08-u-s-solar-industry-explained-answers-costs-tariffs-green-energy.html

02/08/2018 / By Tracey Watson

There’s no denying that our planet is in trouble. Between deforestation, pollution, species extinction and soil degradation – to name

http://www.power.news/2018-02-08-are-earths-magnetic-poles-about-to-flip-university-researcher-warns-the-reversal-is-approaching.html

02/06/2018 / By David Williams

The idea of recycling batteries has been around for quite a long time now, perhaps just as long as batteries

http://www.power.news/2018-02-06-is-it-possible-to-recycle-lithium-ion-batteries.html

02/06/2018 / By David Williams

It seems like every day, researchers find yet another fossil fuel alternative. Not that anyone should be complaining. This time,

http://www.power.news/2018-02-06-scientists-find-improved-approach-for-creating-fuel-from-biowaste.html

02/05/2018 / By David Williams

One of the longest running trends in the realm of technological innovation involves taking something that works, throwing out the

http://www.power.news/2018-02-05-scientists-create-worlds-smallest-electro-optic-modulator-save-energy-data-centers.html

01/31/2018 / By David Williams

French President Emmanuel Macron wants France to be the leader in the march towards a “greener” Earth. In a recent

http://www.power.news/2018-01-31-france-to-shut-down-all-coal-fired-power-stations-by-2021-new-climate-change-directive.html

01/29/2018 / By David Williams

It’s practically a given at this point that whenever a power plant is in operation, it is inevitably going to

http://www.power.news/2018-01-29-clean-air-the-worlds-first-power-plant-with-negative-emissions-now-in-operation.html