Category: Energy

The $24 Billion Plan to Bring Africa’s Sunlight to Britain

A thrilling new project aims to build a nearly 4,000-kilometer undersea power line connecting vast wind and solar farms in Morocco to the UK, potentially supplying clean energy to around seven million homes. Simon Morrish, the project’s architect, believes this is the best solution for Britain’s future electricity needs. However,

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Inside the US-China Race for Fusion Energy Supremacy

The U.S. and China are in a high-stakes race to develop fusion energy, a potential game-changer for clean, limitless power. China is outspending the U.S. and working around the clock, with far more experts dedicated to the cause. American officials worry that China’s rapid advancements might outpace their own efforts,

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India's Secret Plan To Checkmate China In Arunachal Pradesh: $1 Billion Himalayan HydroPower Projects 1

India’s Secret Plan To Checkmate China In Arunachal Pradesh: $1 Billion Himalayan HydroPower Projects

Discover India’s ambitious $1 billion plan to accelerate the construction of 12 hydropower stations in Arunachal Pradesh, a northeastern state in the Himalayas. Approved under Prime Minister Modi’s government, each project will receive financial assistance to support local equity holdings and hasten regulatory approvals. This initiative aims to bolster infrastructure

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India Strikes Strategic Uranium And Military Deal with Russia 1

India Strikes Strategic Uranium And Military Deal With Russia

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Russia aiming to finalize a crucial uranium supply agreement for a nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu. This visit marks a significant step to strengthen ties between the two countries after five years. Alongside the uranium deal, India and Russia are expected to sign

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The Hidden Cost Of AI Power: Land Seized For Transmission Lines 1

The Hidden Cost Of AI Power: Land Seized For Transmission Lines

In the push to enhance America’s power grid for AI data centers and clean energy, thousands of miles of new transmission lines are needed, leading to a controversial use of eminent domain. Maryland’s Piedmont Reliability Project plans a 70-mile high-voltage line across Frederick, Baltimore, and Carroll counties, aiming to meet

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Inside The Secret Deals Between Tech Companies And Nuclear Power Plants 1

Inside The Secret Deals Between Tech Companies And Nuclear Power Plants

Tech companies, including Amazon Web Services, are striking deals with U.S. nuclear power plants to secure electricity for their data centers, driven by the skyrocketing demands of artificial intelligence. This move promises 24/7 carbon-free power but stirs controversy, as it could divert existing energy supplies, raise prices, and increase reliance

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Ukraine’s Power Crisis: No Missiles For Defense, No Money In The Bank 1

Ukraine’s Power Crisis: No Missiles For Defense, No Money In The Bank

Since March, Ukraine has lost half of its remaining power generation capacity due to ongoing Russian strikes, leaving the country with severe energy deficits. Volodymyr Kudrytskyi, CEO of Ukrenergo, revealed the grim reality during a recent panel discussion, where the dire situation was underscored by frequent blackouts. With winter approaching

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Saudi Aramco's $1.8 Trillion Secret Revealed 1

Saudi Aramco’s $1.8 Trillion Secret Revealed

Discover the colossal scale of Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s national oil company, which holds an unmatched 259 billion barrels of oil and gas reserves, dwarfing all other global competitors. This vast resource base contributes significantly to Saudi Aramco’s staggering $1.8 trillion valuation, making it the sixth-largest company worldwide by market

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Plot To Bankrupt Africa's Largest Refinery Revealed - Multinationals Accused Of Sabotage 1

Plot To Bankrupt Africa’s Largest Refinery Revealed – Multinationals Accused Of Sabotage

The Dangote Refinery, Africa’s largest, has finally started producing fuels after years of delays but now faces accusations from senior officials that international oil companies (IOCs) are deliberately obstructing its operations. According to Devakumar Edwin, a vice president at Dangote Industries Limited, these IOCs are demanding exorbitant premiums for locally

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