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Shifting Energy Demand Balances in Turkey

SUMMARY: When talking about Turkey’s energy policy, what pops into mind might be its electricity policies. Energy policy and the electricity generation policy tend to differ from one another, so …

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An Emissions Overhaul for Shipping

As onshore activities including power generation and road transport have increasingly faced constraints on their greenhouse gas emissions, the global shipping industry has escaped with almost no restrictions. Shipping, along with aviation, …

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Turning Carbon into Gold

THE X Prize foundation, based near Los Angeles, exists to encourage particular innovations that might be useful but from which conventional financial backers are likely to shy away. Previous X …

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The Future of Solar Energy

In 1954 the New York Times reported on a breakthrough in solar photovoltaic (PV) technology that could lead to “the harnessing of the almost limitless energy of the sun”. American …

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