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India is getting closer to Prime Minister Narenda Modi’s goal of electrifying every village, but many villagers are still without

May 25, 2018

India signed the Paris Accord, but it is already cutting back on its plans for nuclear power, which produces no

May 2, 2018

Because coal is the most affordable technology for electric generation in many parts of the world, coal-fired capacity is still

November 6, 2017

While some of the developing world leapfrogged to cellular phones without ever using landlines first, it does not have a

August 22, 2017

Pakistan’s Water and Power Ministry is committed to building as many as 12 new coal-fired power plants over the next 15

May 18, 2017

The International Energy Agency (IEA) annually estimates global fossil-fuel consumption subsidies that measure what developing countries spend to provide below

January 3, 2013
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