Author: Eric Davis

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EPBiH foresees CO2 taxation to be introduced in BiH in three to eight years

State-owned power utility Elektroprivreda BiH (EPBiH) expects the introduction of carbon taxation in Bosnia and Herzegovina within three to eight years. According to its Business Plan for the period 2023-2025, it is one of the biggest risks in the company’s operations, and an expense that will reduce its profit. The introduction of a CO2 tax is […]

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Turkey aims to almost double electricity generation capacity by 2035

Turkey’s National Energy Plan for 2035 revealed the ambition to boost solar power capacity by five times and triple the total size of wind power plants. The country intends to increase total electricity generation capacity to 189.7 GW, mostly with renewables. Last year it surpassed the 100 GW threshold. Turkey published its National Energy Plan […]

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China completes world’s second-largest hydropower plant

The China Three Gorges Corp.’s Baihetan facility is in full operation. At 16 GW, it is the second-biggest hydropower plant in the world. The largest hydropower cascade on the planet is located on the Yangtze river in China. State-owned China Three Gorges Corp., which operates the 22.5 GW Three Gorges hydroelectric station, the biggest power […]

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US Plans to Replenish Colorado River’s Lake Powell

US officials announced measure sfor boosting water levels at Lake Powel. This is the second biggest reservoir in the US, and it powers Glen Canyon Dam. US officials announced unprecedented measures to boost water levels at Colorado River Lake Powel. Lake Powel is an artificial reservoir on the Colorado River. It’s currently so low that […]

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Breakthrough nuclear fusion experiment could ‘revolutionise the world’ with clean energy

The experiment involved 192 high-powered laser beams being fired at a capsule containing the elements deuterium and tritium, heating it to a temperature of more than three million degrees centigrade – thus briefly simulating the conditions of a star. US scientists have carried out the first ever nuclear fusion experiment to achieve a net energy […]

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