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EDF accepts closure of France's oldest nuclear plant
EDF has finally voted to begin the process of closing France’s oldest nuclear plant after accepting a government compensation plan.
French asked to send fewer emails to save electricity
As the cold weather stretches the electricity supply in France, some unexpected advice is being offered.
Amsterdam blackout leaves 364,000 without power
Amsterdam and the surrounding areas were plunged into darkness at 4.
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A wave of cold is expected to bring sub-zero temperatures across the continent over the coming days and, with it, fears of electricity blackouts.
Gazans protest power cuts
Security forces in Hamas-controlled northern Gaza have broken up protests by thousands of people calling for an end to power cuts.
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Growing vegetables in the desert.
Lights come on again in Venezuela but the country's economic problems remain
The lights are set to come back on in Venezuela.
Solar Impulse ll welcomed to Seville Airport by Spanish Air Force
Solar Impulse II has landed in the Spain’s Seville Airport after an often turbulent flight across the Atlantic Ocean.
Drought-hit Venezuela faces daily power cuts to save energy
Venezuela has announced power cuts from next week – plunging people into darkness for four hours each day as the crisis-hit country grapples with a
Which country will supply Crimea with electricity - Russian President Vladimir Putin orders an opinion poll
At least a quarter of the power on the contested peninsula of Crimea was lost on Wednesday night. The lights went out after Ukraine halted supplies
Still no power in Crimea as protesters block repairs to pylons
Crimeans continue to suffer from a lack of power as work to restore electricity supplies is hampered by protesters and a lack of political will to
Lebanese government moves to end weeks of street protests
Lebanon’s government agreed to a plan late on Wednesday that it hopes will end weeks of street protests in Beirut over its failure to deal with a
Iraqi frustration boils over as heatwave prompts protests
Hundreds of Iraqis took the streets in the southeastern city of Amara on Tuesday to protest about the lack of power supply in the mid-summer heat
Fire destroys General Electric centre in Kentucky
A fire erupted on Friday morning (April 3) at General Electric’s (GE) Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky, shutting down production at the
Turkey hit by biggest blackout in decade
A giant power outage in Turkey paralyzed the country’s transportation system on Tuesday,forcing confused locals to ride the bus instead of the
Earth hour 2015 begins
Earth hour is sweeping the world. At 8.30pm local time on March 28, 2015, countries in 24 time zones across six continents switch off their lights
ICRC criticises attacks on Gaza power plants
The International Committee of the Red Cross has hit out at Israel’s policy of targeting power plants on the Gaza strip. The International aid
Greece: Santorini island in darkness after power station blaze
Santorini, one of Greece’s most popular tourist destinations, was left without lights on Tuesday when a power station blaze cut off electricity to
Germany's energy revolution
How Germany gets it power is about to radically change. The Berlin government’s recent decision to unplug all nuclear power stations is creating a