Month: July 2021

Almost nobody wants to live close to fossil fuel power plants, but renewable energy sources can be nearby . When it comes to transitioning from carbon-based to renewable source energy systems, Americans are on board. They’re less keen, however, having these new energy infrastructures—wind turbines or solar farms—built close to their homes, which creates hurdles for
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NEW JOHNSONVILLE, Tenn. ― With a boom and a cloud of dust, the Tennessee Valley Authority imploded the 600-foot smokestack of its oldest coal-fired power plant, located in New Johnsonville, Tennessee. The implosion clears the site for future development and a possible generation project that could advance clean-energy technologies. ‘I’m sad to see it go,’
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According to a new research report titled Frozen Chicken Breast Market Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis And Forecast by 2021 – 2027 This has brought along several changes in This report also covers the impact of COVID-19 on the global market. The report provides revenue forecasts for global, regional and country levels. It also provides
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People in the floodplains, especially in West Germany, had to directly experience the consequences of neglecting climate protection. Science agrees that extreme rainfall also contributes to global warming – just like the recent heat waves that accompanied devastating wildfires in North America, Siberia and now Greece. Many human lives are to be mourned – and
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New Jersey, United States,- Verified Market Research has released a new Mined Anthracite Coal Market growth 2021-2028 survey report that includes data and statistics related to the market structure and size. The aim of the research is to provide market insight and strategy to help policymakers make informed investment decisions and identify potential gaps and growth
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Indian High Commissioner Ajay Bisaria. AJAY Bisaria, High Commissioner of India to Canada, recently concluded a successful visit to Vancouver aimed primarily at encouraging and promoting bilateral trade and investment opportunities between India and Canada, the Consulate General of India said in a press release on Friday. “India Canada relations are multifaceted and growing stronger
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The claim: General Motors admits 95% of energy for electric vehicles comes from coal With the rise in electric vehicles and charging stations, some people are questioning if the cars are actually as environmentally friendly as advertised.  Social media users are using an outdated and misleading video to claim automaker General Motors said 95% of energy
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Dan Firth works on mining, water quality and solid waste issues across Tennessee and the greater AppalachDan Firth works on mining, water quality and solid waste issues across Tennessee and the greater Appalachia region. ia region. During the 2020 legislative session, the Tennessee legislature passed and the governor signed a bill allowing the state to assume authority
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The Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area is hosting the 10th Coal Mountain Jeep Jamboree. SHAMOKIN, Pa. — Jeep lovers unite; The Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area near Shamokin is a busy place this weekend.   The trails are filled with Jeep after Jeep after Jeep for the tenth Coal Mountain Jeep Jamboree. “One hundred fifty-four Jeeps, 280
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BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum and Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford applauded today’s vote by Great River Energy’s member cooperatives to approve the sale of Coal Creek Station near Underwood to Rainbow Energy Center LLC. The cooperatives also approved the sale of GRE’s high-voltage direct current system to Nexus Line LLC. Rainbow Energy Center and Next
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The federal government has announced $400 million for a project at ArcelorMittal Dofasco that the company says will help it cut carbon emissions by more than half. Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, along with Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne and Minister of Labour Filomena Tassi, made the announcement at the Hamilton steelmaker on Friday. The government said its investment is
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A roll of galvanized steel is moved inside one of ArcelorMittal Dofasco’s galvanizing mills in Hamilton, Ont., on Aug. 14, 2019. Peter Power/The Canadian Press The federal government says it is investing $400 million in a Hamilton-based steel producer to help it adopt low-carbon technology. The Ministry of Innovation, Science and Economic Development says the
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