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Thwaites 'Doomsday Glacier' in Antarctica is melting much faster than predicted

Usatoday 25 May 2024
Daily powerful tidal forces lift the glacier up and down, allowing so-called seawater intrusions to seep farther beneath the ice sheet and weaken the sea floor ridges keeping it in place.
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Elon Musk desalination plan is a joke: Jatam

The Jakarta Post 22 May 2024
"I believe Elon Musk is joking [...]," Jamil was quoted by Tempo, adding that solar power was also the third most expensive method after diesel and gas generated power.
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Temporary malfunction of some units in Ahmadi Refinery

Arab Times 19 May 2024
... into the sea and a leak in the main seawater line used for cooling; which led to a temporary power outage and malfunction of some units in the refinery, reports Al-Seyassah daily quoting sources.
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Japan begins 6th release of Fukushima treated radioactive water

Kyodo 17 May 2024
During the release of the previous five batches, TEPCO said it detected up to 29 becquerels of radioactive tritium per liter of seawater in samples taken from areas near the power complex, well below ...
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Maltese engineers selected as finalists for the European Inventor Award 2024

Independent Online 16 May 2024
Using a liquid-piston mechanism, it transforms surplus wind-generated power into stored energy through the compression of air, with the pressurised seawater acting as a liquid piston within high-pressure tanks.
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Iraq opens gas and oil reserves for development as it seeks to boost revenues

The National 11 May 2024
The Gas Growth Integrated Project will recover flared gas at three oilfields to supply gas to power generating plants ... It will also develop a one-gigawatt solar power plant to supply electricity to the Basra regional grid.
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BaroMar selects Jacobs for energy storage pilot

The Engineer 03 May 2024
Utilising existing mature technology in power, energy, and marine engineering, combined with the hydrostatic pressure of the seawater, the system aims to achieve relatively low installation costs and ...
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Why Britain is building the world’s most expensive nuclear plant

The Spectator 02 May 2024
For over 20 years, Britain effectively gave up on building new nuclear power stations ... To keep generating power that steam needs to be cooled and that’s typically done by pumping seawater into a condenser.
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IAEA says Fukushima treated water discharge "progressing as planned"

Kyodo 26 Apr 2024
11, 2024, shows the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant ... The water goes through a liquid processing system that removes most radionuclides except tritium, and the tritium levels are significantly diluted with seawater prior to release.
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Ukrainian company wins rights to develop major gasfield in western Iraq

The National 24 Apr 2024
The gas produced following the latest deal will power the Anbar plant and the Akkas station, he added ... The Gas Growth Integrated Project will recover flared gas at three oilfields to supply gas to power generation plants.
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Can this ocean-based carbon plant help save the world? Some scientists are raising red flags

CNN 21 Apr 2024
Equatic would process much more seawater per plant than a power plant,” she told CNN, “And thousands of such plants would be needed to make any meaningful impact on the global climate.” The impacts ...
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Japan begins release of 5th batch of Fukushima treated water

Kyodo 19 Apr 2024
During the release of the previous four batches, TEPCO said it detected up to 22 becquerels of radioactive tritium per liter of seawater in samples taken from areas near the power complex, far below ...
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Dubai’s critical water desalination plant reaches financial closure

Arabian Business 18 Apr 2024
Along with Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power, DEWA building the $920 million Hassyan Seawater Reverse Osmosis project ....
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How DEWA ensures sustainable energy supply for the future of Dubai

Gulf News 12 Apr 2024
Among the programmes launched by DEWA under the umbrella of the smart grid is an Automatic Smart Grid Restoration System (ASGR), the first of its kind in the MENA region, to increase the control, management, and monitoring of its power network.
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DEWA advances smart and innovative solutions to ensure a sustainable energy supply for the future of Dubai

Gulf News 12 Apr 2024
Among the programmes launched by DEWA under the umbrella of the smart grid is an Automatic Smart Grid Restoration System (ASGR), the first of its kind in the MENA region, to increase the control, management, and monitoring of its power network.

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