Could Japan scrap off its nuclear reactors?

The recent earthquake-tsunami in Japan has brought many changes in the thinking patterns of the Japanese government regarding the future of energy sources that the Japanese economy has to depend on. The nuclear reactors that have been destroyed due to the tsunami could become detrimental regarding the future of energy sources in Japan. Indeed, such catastrophes can well bring even the strongest...
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Advanced energy conservation methods handled by the French

Energy conservation is a major global issue and France has carried out several innovative solutions for this issue. For the first time in France, a barometer channel has been devoted entirely for renewable electricity. The aim of this is to combine a set of energy indicators as a single tool and to present a detailed picture of all hexagonal chains. This new energy conservation method is treated...
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Alternative energy investments for sustainable development in Portugal

Countries across the world have realized the importance of alternative energy investments, and kicked off 2011 with a large number of alternative energy projects. Portugal, planning to reduce its dependence on fossil fuel sources, has placed itself at the forefront of worldwide demand for sustainable economic development based on alternative sources of energy. More commonly, Portugal is...
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Alaska receiving tangled views over Oil Investment

The oil presence benefitting the 49th state makes it more difficult to perceive Alaska as a site for lucrative oil investment. Already a battle is going on over this perception. This statement has led to a civil discussion which focuses at proving that Alaska doesn’t stand in the way of competition on a world stage. A spokesperson for local industry giant Repsol, remarked in a recent press...
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Obama proposes highway bill

US President Barack Obama will be proposing a 6 year highway bill which will set the policies for surface transportation over the coming decade. He will propose the bill this year. Many believe this policy is in response to the current situation of steadily rising oil prices and the so-called “knock-on” effect such elevated prices are expected to have on the economy.  People are...
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