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  1. FILE PHOTO: The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Noida

    India's May electricity use down 10.4per cent from April

    CHENNAI :India's average daily electricity use in May fell 10.4per cent from April, a Reuters analysis of government data showed, as states ...
  2. Gaza residents turn to solar energy after years contending with power outages | Video
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    Gaza residents turn to solar energy after years contending with power outages | Video

    The Gaza Strip has been suffering from a severe energy crisis for years, with power outages lasting up to 16 hours a day. More people are now ...
  3. SP Group Labrador underground substation site

    SP Group building Southeast Asia's first large-scale underground substation

  4. File photo: Housing and Development Board (HDB) flats

    Electricity tariff for households to increase by 8.6% for April to June period

    The gas tariff for households will also increase due to higher fuel costs, said City Gas.
  5. Wicked Problem Ep3
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    Ep 3: Our Power Problem

    Energy-hungry yet space-starved, Singapore faces big obstacles in its quest for clean energy to combat climate change. Dr Janil Puthucheary finds ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Winter weather caused electricity blackouts in Houston

    Texas electricity regulator under pressure to slash winter storm bills

    The Texas electricity regulator meets Wednesday for the first time since a devastating winter storm fueled a financial crisis in its power market, ...
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    Ep 2: Renewing Energy

    Daring people and enterprises take wind and solar energy to new frontiers across Asia through groundbreaking projects. Renewable energy is ...
  8. A woman carries bottled water she received from a shelter after record-breaking temperatures in Gal

    Commentary: Meltdown in Texas’ power and water supply was a long time coming

    Millions of Texans have suffered the effects of a design that served the fossil fuel industry and the politicians it funds, says James K Galbraith.