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Television viewers across Japan watched as workers in the control room of Kyushu Electric's Sendai nuclear reactor No.
Four years after Japan locked down nuclear power in response to the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that wrecked the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant and forced 160,000 people to flee from their
For months Los Angeles has been putting millions of floating, black plastic balls into one of its largest reservoirs to block sunlight from triggering a hazardous chemical reaction.
Residential solar installers are desperately waiting for photovoltaic (PV) efficiency upgrades so they can pump out more juice per square foot for price-sensitive consumers.
Europe has already built a thriving offshore wind industry, so it's an understatement to say that the US has a lot of catching up to do.
ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steel company, joined by LanzaTech, the world's leading waste-gas-to-biofuels developer, and Primetals Technologies, a seasoned steel plant construction
July 30, 2014 was just another budget-busting day to cash-strapped oil importers like Jordan and India as they bought oil on the global market.
Wave energy developer Northeast Energy Innovations (NEI) just beat very long odds. For the first time in the United States, its Azura wave energy device has sent power it harvested in the Paci
Traditional desalination burns a lot of energy, leaves a big carbon footprint, and discharges an annoying byproduct — an unusable brine cocktail.
First the good news. Last April, after a ceremonial whack on the ship's bow sent champagne spraying into the air, a new transportation era finally began to take shape.