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Energy crisis to swing votes in South

Deccan Chronicle    - ‎8 hours ago‎   
Chennai: With long hours of power cuts returning to haunt the state, energy crisis is expected to play a key role in swinging votes down South during this Lok Sabha election.

Egypt bans too cool air-conditioners to battle energy crisis

E&T magazine    - ‎18 hours ago‎   
However, experts believe these desperate actions won't prevent widespread blackouts this summer as the energy crisis worsens with what is said to be the worst energy shortage in the country in years looming.

German energy crisis points towards climate solution

New Scientist    - ‎Apr 14, 2014‎   
Solar panels covered the office roof, wind turbines hummed on the hill, and biogas was brewing in the field behind us. Last week Petra Rösch spoke proudly about how her farm in Proschim village, eastern Germany, had become an energy supplier for the ...

California's Energy Crisis Comes Out Of Remission

Apr 12, 2014    
Written by
William Pentland   
The indictment alleges that PG&E's PG&E's safety violations between 2003 and 2010 set the stage for the devastating natural gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno three and half years ago.

Council on Foreign Relations (blog)    - ‎Apr 14, 2014‎   
Allison McManus' timely post on the problems in Egypt's energy sector and coal is an excellent follow-up to my recent Contingency Planning Memorandum on the potential for a solvency crisis in that country. I hope readers find it interesting and useful.
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The Express Tribune    - ‎Apr 13, 2014‎   
LAHORE: “The Nandipur Power Project will start producing 100 megawatt electricity from May,” said Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Sunday.

The Guardian    - ‎Mar 28, 2014‎   
In many ways our energy crisis is like a three legged stool; we do need to solve all these problems at once. But where would you focus your attention?

The Energy "Crisis Curve" Is Accelerating in a Dangerous Part of the World

Money Morning    - ‎Apr 9, 2014‎   
But in the course of my global work, it's impossible not to recognize there are serious energy shortages developing in other parts of the world.

Govt making sincere efforts to end energy crisis: Hamid

Pakistan Observer    - ‎Apr 13, 2014‎   
Monday, April 14, 2014 - Sialkot—Federal Minister for Science and Technology Zahid Hamid has said the incumbent government is making sincere efforts to end energy crisis and provide all basic amenities of life to the people.Talking to different ...

World faces 'water-energy' crisis: UN

The Nation    - ‎Mar 20, 2014‎   
"Demand for freshwater and energy will continue to increase over the coming decades to meet the needs of growing populations and economies, changing lifestyles and evolving consumption patterns, greatly amplifying existing pressures on limited natural ...

Gas emerges as potential aid for Zimbabwe energy crisis

Creamer Media's Mining Weekly    - ‎Apr 11, 2014‎   
As Mozambique's “world-class” gas resources are developed and coal bed methane (CBM) increasingly offers potential, Zimbabwe could seemingly leverage gas opportunities to meet its rising energy demands. Mozambique's gas finds are expected to fuel ...

The Express Tribune    - ‎Mar 29, 2014‎   
Higher Education Commission Chairman Imtiaz Gilani, who is also the vice chancellor of UET Peshawar, highlighted the importance of developing shale oil and gas to overcome the energy crisis in the country, where demand was rising at an exponential rate ...

Daily News Egypt    - ‎Mar 30, 2014‎   
The use of coal as a source of energy “is not a wrong solution” and has been adopted by 42 countries, said Nehad El-Kordy, undersecretary of the gas studies department within the Ministry of Petroleum, in a Sunday interview with Daily News Egypt.

Is Solar the Answer to Brazil's Energy Crisis?

Greentech Media    - ‎Mar 28, 2014‎   
The newest project from world-leading solar module maker Yingli Green Energy is a 1-megawatt installation at Brazil's Arena Pernambuco soccer stadium, the site of five upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup matches.

Havana Times    - ‎Apr 10, 2014‎   
1) No democracy exists in Cuba. Individuals, acting independently or as groups, have absolutely no means of influencing or modifying the decisions of those who hold the reins of the nation.

Britain's looming energy crisis

In Defense of Marxism    - ‎Apr 5, 2014‎   
In addition, the announcement that Britain will build the first new nuclear power station for decades has been overshadowed by the attempt to close the Grangemouth oil refinery.

Will Iranian Gas Help Solve India's Energy Crisis?

Foreign Policy (blog)    - ‎Mar 27, 2014‎   
On July 31, 2012, India experienced the worst electricity blackout in history, as three of the country's five power grids failed.

Energy crisis to continue until 2016 – VRA boss

GhanaWeb    - ‎Apr 3, 2014‎   
Commenting on the possible measures to be adopted in solving the crisis, Mr. Koffi indicated that the government was negotiating with China to set up a clean coal energy plant in the country. According to him, the use of clean coal in producing energy ...

Energy crisis to be partially over in 18 months: minister

The News International    - ‎Apr 8, 2014‎   
RAWALPINDI: Minister for Commerce Khurram Dastagir on Tuesday announced that the country would partially overcome the energy crisis in the next 18 months, thus offering relief to the general public with special regard to the business community. “We ...

The EnergyCrisis Curve” is Accelerating in a Dangerous Part of the World

The Market Oracle    - ‎Apr 4, 2014‎   
In fact, I'm beginning to see worrisome indications this “crisis curve” is now accelerating. Oddly enough, the latest danger signals are coming in from parts of the world normally thought of as net energy producers: The Middle East, North Africa and ...


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