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Spain, Portugal sign off on plans to temper energy prices

3 days 9 hours ago
MADRID (AP) - Spain and Portugal on Friday signed off on a temporary cap on natural gas prices, in a coordinated move described by Portugal’s environment minister as an “unprecedented” bid to temper soaring energy prices and inflation.
Associated Press News

A 115-degree heat wave is making India’s power crisis worse

1 week 4 days ago
Even with a temporary reprieve from a blistering heat wave that’s delivered temperatures as high as 46 degrees Celsius (115 degrees Fahrenheit), households and businesses face ongoing disruptions as coal stockpiles shrink at power plants and fuel imports...
The Economic Times

The Enduring Myth of America’s “Molecules of Freedom”

1 month ago
More than six weeks after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and an unprecedented scramble to reduce the West’s reliance on Russian oil, a narrative about America’s newfound position as a leading fossil fuel producer (and provider) has taken firmer hold of the c...
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