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Plenitude Launches 263MW Texas Solar Park to Serve Target

Plenitude, the power transmission arm of Italian oil and gas company Eni SpA (BIT:ENI), has commissioned a 263MW Golden Buckle…

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South Australia plans to build the world’s largest electrolyser and hydrogen power plant

The nation that built the world’s first “big battery” at the grid level is striking an even more ambitious green…

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Senators Joe Manchin and Ted Cruz introduce bill to ban gas stoves

Senators Ted Cruz and Joe Manchin introduced a bill Thursday that would prevent a federal agency from banning gas stoves,…

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SpaceX delays launch of Hispasat Amazonas Nexus

Feb. 5 (UPI) — SpaceX will delay the launch of the Hispasat Amazonas Nexus mission until Monday at 5:32 pm…

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Severely cold weather to pause as warming looms after polar vortex

In the blink of an eye, the cold air that has existed for millions of people, especially in the Northeast…

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Circuses have evolved, as have UN climate summits.

As the formal negotiations move into finer details, Cop28 needs to pay more attention and accountability to actions in the…

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Coal ash along the shores of the Great Lakes threatens water quality as residents push for change

Just four miles from the public beach in Waukegan, Illinois is the Waukegan Generating Station, a former coal-fired power plant.…

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The media’s path to the destruction of its own authority in the war with Trump

Nearly seven years after most media outlets abandoned fairness standards in a stampede to defeat Donald Trump, it is widely…

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Rising levels of air pollution correlate with the creation of Impressionist paintings, study says

The smoky air during the Industrial Revolution fueled the creation of Impressionism, inspiring artists such as J.M.W. Turner and Claude…

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What allows reform? Here is a primer for accelerating energy projects – both clean and fossil fuels

The construction of a new interstate power line near Phoenix was the latest symbol in the debate over federal permit…

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