World Bulletin writes a good article about the importance placed on renewable energy. This is important for a country that has the highest per capita consumption of electricity. 371 more words
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It is correct that all energy sources receive some form of subsidization, but it is the relative magnitude that is in question here. In the link you provided, renewables received 12.2 G$ from 2002-2008 while fossil fuels received 70.2 G$.
This is a sequel to The more you know about nuclear power the more you like it, Part 1, where I promised to look at the relative nuclear support amongst print and TV media, scientists and the public. 729 more words
Japan is not unfamiliar with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and his upcoming state-visit to Tokyo is perceived internationally, especially in the Asian political theater, as a move to further strengthen the Indo-Japanese strategic alliance on various levels. 458 more words
Below you can find an interview in English about the Belgian situation
De angst voor een tekort aan stroom beheerst de krantenpagina’s. Terecht, want het stilleggen van drie kerncentrales maakt de kans op een (tijdelijk) deficit een stuk groter. 2,416 more words