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USGS: Mercury in the Nation’s Streams—Levels, Trends, and Implications

Click through to read the report. Here’s the release from the United States Geological Survey (Dennis A. Wentz, Mark E. Brigham, Lia C. Chasar, Michelle A. 416 more words

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US Energy Department Offers $40Mln for New Nuclear Reactor Designs

Back to the drawing board for nuclear power, reports Nuclear Power Daily. Looks like the replacement for US coal power won’t be ready for a while yet. 280 more words


Experience is something not easily transferred but must be keenly shared

The EI’s inaugural Energy Barometer report of members’ views on the industry’s important future challenges identified that developing a pipeline of energy professionals was a key concern for those at the heart of the energy industry today. 297 more words

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What We Can Learn from Germany’s Windy, Sunny Electric Grid

Today’s release of the final Clean Power Plan by President Obama ushers in an exciting period of change on US power grids. Wind and solar energy will get a big boost through the plan. 958 more words

Clean Power Plan Reductions Greater Than EPA Says

Tomorrow’s final release of EPA’s Clean Power Plan will require carbon dioxide reductions of 44 percent below 2005 levels by 2030

Austin, Texas, Aug 2, 2015 – The… 740 more words


The impact of China’s economic slowdown on the energy sector

Nick Butler writes a good blog in the Financial Times about the dynamics of the energy sector in China, given the current economic situation. There are definitely implications for all of us, given the size of China’s economy. 771 more words

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