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China’s history is lost in antiquity.

Prior to the 19th century, China’s rulers did not think of China in terms of being a modern nation state … it was, instead, the central kingdom, a civilization due respect, if not fealty, from all who approached it. 906 more words


With funding from Obvious Ventures, startup Enervee goes after utilities

Ever wonder about how much energy one TV model consumes over another? What about an even bigger energy-hog in the consumer product category, like a washing machine or a refrigerator? 622 more words


Seven years’ biofuels deliberations teaches us ‘put quality before quantity’

Written by Jos Dings, Policy Team Director at Transport & Environment.

April 2015 will enter history as the month in which the EU reversed course on its energy policies in transport. 526 more words


Breakfast Energy Balls 

These breakfast energy balls are another great option for when you don’t have much time in the morning and want something quick and healthy to eat. 118 more words

Health & Fitness

NEPRA Affirms Rs1.75 Per Unit Cut In K-Electric Levy

The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has affirmed Rs1.75 per unit cut in the levy of K-Electric to give a help the Karachiites with impact from one month from now. 13 more words


K-Electric (KEL) Chinese Firm Competing For Karachi’s Waste

With Karachi creating 11,000 tons of junk every day, the K-Electric (KEL) has think of the thought of delivering power from this strong waste on the off chance that it is permitted to situated up force plants at landfill destinations. 394 more words


Claim: New Chinese nuclear plants are unsafe

Chinese scientist He Zuoxiu has issued a public warning, about the safety of nuclear plants being constructed as part of China’s economic development programme.

According to The Guardian; 343 more words