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Fukushima Cleanup In Japan May Take More Than 40 Years

In the wake of the the earthquake and tsunami in Japan back in 2011, the Fukushima nuclear plant ran into a number of issues which resulted in a huge nuclear disaster. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has revealed that it may take Japan more than 40 years to cleanup the nuclear plant and decommission it entirely.
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Coal Finally Making Way For Natural Gas In Power Generation

Few years ago from now, one of the nation's largest generators of electricity Georgia Power, which is the largest subsidiary of Southern Company, could generate nearly three-fourths of its electricity with coal. But due to bate of coal, recently the company has announced that it plans to close its 10 coal-fired power plants within the next few…
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Keep An Eye On Your Electricity Consumption With MeterPlug

If you are planning on cutting down on your electricity costs, you first need to know the sources of electricity consumption in your household. A smart new plug, MeterPlug, is here to help you with it. It pairs nicely with a smartphone app so that you can see electricity usage stats relayed to your smartphone.
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Norway Begins 4-Year Test Of Thorium Nuclear Reactor

In recent years, researchers have shown a great interest to using Thorium as a nuclear fuel to create nuclear power. Many countries have started to test Thorium nuclear reactor. On the other hand, Norway is not lagged behind in this sector too. Oslo based Thor Energy is pairing up with the Norwegian government and US-based company Westinghouse in…
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