Pahor on Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior III: Climate change can only be tackled if there is political will to do so

Greenpeace's legendary sailing yacht Rainbow Warrior III has lowered its sails last week in the town of Koper, Slovenia. As part of an energy campaign across the Mediterranean, a 15-member crew is pro...
Date: 28.07.2014, Category: Reports

Nuclear Britain, Day 4: What Impact a Nuclear Power Plant Has Had on Standard of Living of a Small Town

“Every single nuclear programme creates at the same point new jobs in a local environment,” noted Gary Shuttleworth, project manager for new projects at Westinghouse, during the media visit to the nor...
Date: 07.07.2014, Category: Reports

Nuclear Britain, Day 2: On Enriching the Nuclear Future

In the town of Capenhurst, not far from the historical city of Chester which is some 60 kilometres away from Manchester, there is a two square kilometre complex with a number of research facilities wh...
Date: 03.07.2014, Category: Reports

Chinese Labourers Working on Construction Site of Biggest Energy Investment in SE Europe

Last Thursday at noon sharp, the ribbon was cut to mark the opening of a new cultural centre in Doboj, a municipality with about 1,300 inhabitants. Inside the cultural centre, children and youngsters ...
Date: 15.04.2014, Category: Reports

How Politicians in Spain Paralyzed Renewables Industry

Last year in Spain, wind farms generated 21 percent of all electric power in the country, ranking 1st in the list of energy sources. “We should be celebrating this,” President of the European Wind Ene...
Date: 30.04.2014, Category: Reports

“The heaviest handsome” finally at the site where it will stand for the next 40 years

At the end of the last week the 355-tonne transformer, one of the biggest Alstom ever produced, arrived – from Turkey with pit stops in Rotterdam and Linz - at its final destination the Šoštanj Therma...
Date: 18.04.2013, Category: Reports

Austria's Burgenland province to reach energy independence with renewables

If someone had told to the residents of the Austrian federal province of Burgenland back in 2000 that they would not only become energy independent but would also be exporting electricity, they would ...
Date: 14.02.2013, Category: Reports

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