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Massive Blackout Hits More Than 44 Million In South America
By Paul Byrne and Luis Andres Henao, AP
Electricity is almost fully restored as of Sunday evening to Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, after what one leader called an "unprecedented" power failure.
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California’s Big Idea For Cutting Emissions: Making You Pay More For Energy
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Will people run their dishwashers at a different time to save money?
Winter Storm Pounds Mid-Atlantic After Killing At Least 5 In Midwest
Nearly 200,000 people were without electricity in Virginia and North Carolina on Sunday morning.
Trump Administration’s Climate Report Raises New Questions About Nuclear Energy’s Future
Alexander C. Kaufman
The thirstiest source of electricity is already struggling, and greater risk of droughts will only add to those woes.
Northern Mariana Islands May Face Months Without Power After Super Typhoon Yutu
By Caleb Jones and Jennifer Sinco Kelleher, AP
"It's like a small war just passed through."
California Braces For Wildfires With Forced Power Outages
About 60,000 people in Northern California have been without power since Sunday night.
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The Dirty Secret In Your Electricity: Animals
Green energy supplier Ecotricity has launched the world’s first certified vegan electricity.
Trevor Noah Is Lights Out On Trump's Walk-Back Of Putin Summit Remarks
"The Daily Show" host explained why he and electricity have had enough of the president.
Gabriel Lopez Albarran for Reuters
The Blackout In Puerto Rico Will Likely Happen Again -- And Soon
The island was hit by a major outage this week that left over 1.4 million people without electricity.
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Akon Says His Bid To Restore Puerto Rico’s Power Was Rejected
"They don't care about the people," the rapper and co-founder of Akon Lighting Africa told TMZ.
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Puerto Rico Moves To Privatize Its Troubled Power Company
Nearly 30 percent of the island's energy customers remain without power.
Carlos Barria / Reuters
Puerto Rico Plans To Have The Lights Back On By December -- At The Earliest
As of Friday, 83 percent of the hurricane-battered island was without electricity.
Maria Leaves Puerto Rico In The Dark
Hurricane Maria has left the entire island without electricity — it may not return for months.
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Watch What Happens When A Mylar Balloon Hits The Power Lines
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Electricity Is The Gift That Can Keep On Giving In Africa
Journalist, broadcaster, public speaker
When a village is electrified, good things flow.
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Muddling Through in Mauritania: The Long, Long Road From Revenue Transparency to Government Accountability
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Home Electrical Upgrades and Costs
Paul F.P. Pogue
Senior Reporter, Angie's List
Pro or con? Ashpaugh minces no words: "Literally, every house can use a surge protector," he says. "Your house is being constantly
A Reality Check On Coal: The Extra Cost Of CCS Must Be Taken Seriously
If we in the developed world are still addicted to fossil, how can we expect the use of fossil to decrease quickly in developing nations?
Anti-Solar Amendment 1 Deserves A 'No' Vote
Thomas P. Kimbis
It's time for Floridians to turn the tables on those out to trick them.
China Can Slash Energy Use and Emissions at Net Economic Benefit
is the Chief Executive Officer of RMI. He is a recognized lead...
3) China can significantly increase use of non-fossil energy. Stemming the growth of energy use is just the first step. The
How To Raise An Environmentalist
The Greater Good Science Center
Based at the University of California, Berkeley
We read it in the news every day. From climate change to overfishing to deforestation, it seems that we are on the brink of a natural disaster on an epic scale. If we cannot do something to reverse these trends, we will surely make our planet uninhabitable.
Can Cities Benefit from Last-mile Energy Innovations in Rural Areas?
The Multilateral Investment Fund of the Inter-American Develop...
From the Multilateral Investment Fund Trends blog By Carlos Guiza and Xosé Ramil Altruistic entrepreneurs in Latin America
What You Can Learn From Talking To A 90-Year Old
TheVJ.com, Founder Current TV. Past President NY Times TV
When Ken and Anne were born, the world was, in many ways, far closer to what it had been for more than 500 years in the past
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