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Decommissioning of one of the region's nuclear power stations continues
For 40 years it supplied 60 billion units of electricity to the National Grid - enough to supply the whole of the UK for 6 months.
Bolivian Soldiers Walked Into This Spanish Power Company, Hung A Flag And ...
Bolivia's government also has not been able to negotiate compensation for the power plants taken from GDF Suez of France and Rurelec PLC of Britain. Morales continues to deal with multinational companies such as Brazil's oil company, Petrobras, ... The ...
Mr & Mrs Smith retail bond launched
Mr & Mrs Smith, the boutique hotel guide and booking service, has launched a four-year bond offering a fixed return of 7.5 per cent, paid in half-yearly instalments.
Should investors switch from bonds to shares?
Corporate bonds currently available include those issued by First Group, BT, Aviva, BP, GlaxoSmithKline, National Grid and Vodafone.
Stuxnet-Like Viruses Remain a Top US Security Risk
Last week, the Department of Homeland Security revealed a rash of cyber attacks on natural gas pipeline companies. Just as with previous cyber attacks on infrastructure, there was no known physical damage.
TI describes development of DSP-based smart grids
An example of a PC-controlled smart grid system that utilises power line communication (PLC) and a smart power and energy (SPE) platform to monitor and analyse information (such as signal quality, fault conditions, transmission losses and power ...
Top innovators nominated for national nods
Magdy Younes is a nominee for this year's national Manning Innovation Awards for a medical technology he developed at the University of Manitoba about 20 years ago.
Tidal turbine powers up in Orkney
Scottish Power Renewables fitted their HS1000 turbine at the end of last year and it has already been hooked up to the grid and is powering the Orkney Island of Eday. The 1MW machine is weighed down on the seabed 50 metres below the surface of a ...
Remember Stuxnet? Why the US is Still Vulnerable
The only national cybersecurity regulation is a set of eight standards approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - but these only apply to producers of high-voltage electricity.
Drilling for oil in the Far North's great unknown
ION, which conducts such missions in difficult-to-access places around the globe, went North four times between 2006 and 2010, assembling a grid of data that spans most of the Beaufort, including some areas of heavy ice where no one has ever looked ...