• The Gulf and Global Energy Supplies

    Moderated by: David Goldwyn, Chairman, Global Energy Center Advisory Group, Atlantic Council Participants: Abdullah bin Juma Alshibli, Assistant Secretary General for Economic and Development Affairs, Gulf Cooperation Council Shaikh Nawaf S. Al-Sabah, Chief Executive Officer, Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company Michael V. Hayden, Principal, Chertoff Group, Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency Rami Qasem, Chief Executive Officer, GE Oil & Gas, Middle East, North Africa and Turkey Jean-François Seznec, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Energy Center, Atlantic Council

    published: 24 Nov 2015
  • MOL Group takes a key-role in the future of Europe's energy supply

    Affordable and secure energy supplies will remain of utmost importance for Europe, providing the base for a competitive and healthy European economy. Oil and gas will remain a vital part of our continent’s energy mix and will keep us moving ahead on roads, water and in the air. So, what is MOL Group's contribution as a leading integrated energy company?

    published: 02 Feb 2015
  • Tetra Tech is Providing Communities Greater Energy Supplies

    Tetra Tech combines its expertise to provide our clients energy and power services for the full project life cycle. Our comprehensive environmental, engineering, and construction management solutions help to quickly and cost-effectively bring energy projects to market. Our working relationships with regulatory agencies allow Tetra Tech to successfully site and permit transmission and distribution projects. Tetra Tech, through its subsidiary American Environmental Group, has worked with the Palo Verde Nuclear Generator Station to line their evaporation ponds with geosynthetic liners. This station creates more electricity than any other nuclear facility in the United States. In addition, Tetra Tech’s Parkland Pipeline is currently working on an underground pipeline system to increase oil ...

    published: 23 Sep 2014
  • Danutė Budreikaitė on Security of energy supplies

    Speech by Danutė Budreikaitė MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Security of energy supplies, particularly gas [on behalf of the Group] [Language LT original] budreikaite_060117_152746_lt

    published: 24 Oct 2007
  • Is Britain getting the best from the European energy market?

    Is it in Britain’s interest for our energy supplies to be privately owned? If so, why does the energy sector need ongoing government subsidies? Former Minister for Energy and Climate Change, Charles Hendry MP, of the Tory Reform Group, explains the nature of Britain’s relationship with the European Union and how membership of the single market benefits the nation. Nick Raikes Editor - Thinkeconomics

    published: 14 Feb 2015
  • BBC News Shell Profits guarantee future energy supplies

    published: 30 Dec 2013
  • Energy Union to secure supplies in crisis

    The European Parliament’s Industry, Research and Energy Committee has approved a plan for the EU’s Energy Union to ensure gas supplies in times of crisis. The EPP Group’s Rapporteur Jerzy Buzek of Poland says the legislation will commit EU members to help each other to assess risk and share supplies, as well as cut consumption through more efficiency.

    published: 30 May 2017
  • WWD ENERGY

    WWD ENERGY supplies a variety of components and equipments for generation, transmission, distribution and measuring energy. With extensive experience, we offer solutions and leading edge technology products for power generation sectors using Wind, Hydro, Solar, Oil and Natural Gas. WWD AEROSPACE is a worldwide supplier of parts and components for aviation and aerospace applications. OFFICES WORLDWIDE USA: (954)382-1455 BRAZIL: (12)98810-3788 WWD USA Group, LLC. Solutions beyond your imagination Visit us at http://wwdevices.com

    published: 06 May 2015
  • Renewable Energy Supplies | Tomorrow Today

    A key argument against converting energy production from fossil fuels to renewables has been that we cannot rely on them for a steady supply. The sun doesnt always shine,the wind doesnt always blow. Now a new research field known as energy meteorology is helping to make sustainable resources more reliable. Using remote sensing methods,such as satellite data,the weather experts are finding ways of forecasting the intensity of the sunlight and winds used to generate power.

    published: 30 Nov 2009
  • Syria: IS attack energy supplies as they sabotage pipeline

    An armed group fighting for the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) reportedly reached the Umm at-Tababir district and damaged a gas-pipeline, witnesses reported on Wednesday. SOT, Usama Abu Rafi, Head of Engineering Department of Ibla Oil and Gas Company (Arabic): "We have been repeatedly targeted by the terrorists. Many of our people died heroically. But we are not afraid, they cannot intimidate us. Whenever they attack energy facilities, we will come and fix it." Video ID: 20150617-129 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV Dai...

    published: 17 Jun 2015
  • Energy supply security: Pipelines and sunshine

    How do we combat climate change while, at the same time, securing Europes future energy supplies? Its one of the EUs biggest challenges, and the EPP Group has been shaping the debate about two very different, but complementary, options for the future.

    published: 23 Sep 2009
  • Complete Energy Solutions, Fahmida Ahmed, Stanford University

    In October 2009, Stanford University released a comprehensive and long-range Energy and Climate Action plan aimed at raising the bar in energy efficiency and the use of innovative, clean and renewable energy supplies on campus. The plan includes high-efficiency standards for new buildings; continued efficiency improvements for existing buildings; and the cutting-edge energy supply system known as the Stanford Energy System Innovations (SESI) project, which came online in March 2015. SESI represents a transformation of university energy supply from a 100 percent fossil-fuel-based combined heat and power plant (CHP) to grid-sourced electricity and a more efficient electric heat recovery system. In partnership with SunPower, the university also plans to construct a 73MW solar PV plant in sout...

    published: 18 Jul 2016
  • Report on US funded energy supplies

    1. Medium shot of Charles Kartman, head of the Korea Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO) walking out from lift 2. Close up of Kartman walking to the meeting room 3. Medium shot of Kartman at the meeting room 4. Pan from media to Charles Kartman 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charles Kartman, Head of the KEDO: "It isn't prepared yet. This isn't really the right time for that. There are some bigger issues that needs to be resolved before that." 6. Medium shot of media and Kartman 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charles Kartman, Head of the KEDO: "Not at all. I think the governments involved are examining that question. I don't think they have made the decision yet. And when they do make a decision, they will let me know what to do about it, I'm sure. They won't hesitate. But they have...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Managing Energy Supplies

    Donnie Maclean of Business Cost Consultants explains how you can get help managing your different energy supplies. http://www.businesscostconsultants.co.uk/energy-management/

    published: 05 Nov 2012
  • Renewable Air Energies - join the Energy Revolution!

    Renewable Air Energies Pty Ltd is an Australian company committed to the development of air-driven energy saving innovations which utilise air input to provide free energy output. Once installed, the Renewable Air Energies System provides a renewable energy source of electricity that can substantially supplement traditional energy supplies. The system is ideal to provide electricity to run designated purposes such as common lighting, neon advertising, standby power systems, car parks and other similar applications within commercial, industrial and residential buildings including such things as high-rises, factories, mines and tunnels. INTERESTED IN INVESTING? Visit our website: www.renewableairenergies.com

    published: 17 Feb 2009
  • Inenco Energy News Update - Falling Carbon Prices, Oil Supplies and more

    Katey Siddall interviews Inenco's Mike Allen about Drax Power's aborted plans to invest in biomass generation technology. Also, a round up of the energy news this week.

    published: 05 Mar 2010
  • Georgia Tech Haiti Solar Project

    More than 7 million Haitians lack access to power or basic energy related services, while millions more experience water and food shortages daily. A group of highly motivated undergraduate and graduate engineers, as part of the IEEE Power and Energy Society Chapter at Georgia Tech, have worked relentlessly on a project to design and implement a sustainable microgrid that will supply renewable energy to a recently established health and missionary center in the mountains of Thoman, Haiti. Previously, the center spent nearly $55,000 yearly on diesel generator operating costs but this "free" solar energy will allow savings to be more effectively utilized for adequate staffing and medical supplies that will increase the centers capacity to serve more people and further contribute to the well...

    published: 15 Jun 2016
  • Time's Up! Energy Bikes supplies electricity during Hurricane Sandy Blackout

    Time's Up! Environmental Group uses bike power to charge cell phones and laptops for hundreds of New Yorkers left in the dark http://times-up.org/index.php?page=2012-11-02-time-s-up-energy-bikes-provide-bike-power-after-hurricane-sandy

    published: 02 Nov 2012
  • Just Energy - Supplies 4 Schools II

    Our JE Sales force travelled to Mexico and embraced the opportunity to give back to the local community through the Just Energy Gives Back at Home and Away campaign. $12,000 was raised to benefit four schools serving over 500 students. Suitcases and boxes full of supplies were provided to students, with a portion of the money raised allocated for the installation of a solar panel system. The system is a life-changing development for the local residents as it will provide electricity and running water for the school and surround area for the first time ever. #justenergy #justenergyfoundation #CommunityStrong #JECommunityCare #givingback http://www.justenergyfoundation.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Justenergyfoundation/ https://www.instagram.com/justenergyfoundation/ https://www.justener...

    published: 27 Jul 2016
  • HINKLEY C - UK Government must FIX ENERGY PRICES or EDF could leave the New Nuclear project

    EDF is locked in talks with UK Government, and a decision on Hinkley-C energy prices is expected within days - AS UK STRUGGLES TO GENERATE ENOUGH ELECTRICITY. ## Britain could face electricity shortage ## Britain faces a battle to keep the lights on in the next three to four years, its power regulator said on Friday, due to the closure of coal and oil-fired plants to cut carbon emissions. Ofgem warned that uncertainty over the government's plans to revamp the electricity market meant it was unclear whether new, cleaner plants would be built to bridge the shortfall. "What strikes me as alarming is the drop in spare capacity ... It sounds like they (Ofgem) are concerned about the potential for blackouts," David Stokes, director at Energy Consultancy Timera Energy, told Reuters. Energy w...

    published: 11 Mar 2013
  • Russia: Crimeans oppose energy supplies under Ukrainian conditions, survey shows

    Residents of Crimea and Sevastopol oppose Ukraine's version of a contract over the supply of electricity to the Russian peninsula, according to the results of a new survey announced by the General Director of the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) in Moscow, Friday. A majority of 93.12 percent of the residents of Crimea and Sevastopol oppose the Ukrainian version of the contract, with 94 percent stating they are ready for resultant hardship. Besides the main points, the survey also asked Crimeans whether they are satisfied with their current lives, which was met with a 'yes' by 89 percent of those polled. Video ID: 20160101-034 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: ht...

    published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Renewable Energy in Estonia and the Baltics

    Interview with Rene Tammist, Director of the Estonian Renewable Energy Association On Monday, December 15, 2014, the Heinrich Boell Foundation in Washington DC invited 3 representatives from Baltic renewable energy associations to discuss the potential for renewable energy to play a greater role in Europe’s energy security. During the past year the transatlantic community has revisited the subject of Europe’s energy security with renewed urgency. Russian aggression since the Ukraine crisis has again underscored the need for Europe to achieve energy independence by diversifying its energy supply. However, the debate about the new geopolitics of European energy security largely overlooks the potential for investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency in Eastern Europe. The foundati...

    published: 18 Feb 2015
  • Energy Bills: Pressure Groups Push For Probe

    Which? And the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) have called for the so-called big six energy companies to be broken up. The two organisations want a full-scale competition inquiry into their dominance of UK energy supplies. The groups say 90% of consumers believe the sector should be investigated. They said 70% of consumers are worried about prices paid for energy, while only one in five trust the companies. The consumer and business plea calls for greater transparency, improved billing clarity, price comparison options and easier switching. The letter said: "It is clear that the energy market is broken and urgently needs fixing. "Top of our concerns is the need to increase competition and to make trading transparent. "For too long the lack of competition in the energy market ha...

    published: 24 Mar 2014
  • ENERGY - Designing a Low Carbon Energy Efficient World

    The Issue Modern society's insatiable hunger for energy has mainly been satisfied through fossil fuels -- coal, oil and gas. But these are running out, and they are also a major source of the greenhouse gases that are speeding up climate change. As urban populations increase and become more prosperous, the demand for energy will only grow. Secure, sustainable and affordable energy supplies are crucial to the future success of our cities. Our Response WSP has world-leading expertise in renewable energy with long experience of helping both providers and consumers understand the issues, overcome the challenges and benefit from the opportunities presented by the introduction of clean and renewable technologies. We are involved at every stage of energy production, distribution and consump...

    published: 19 Sep 2012
The Gulf and Global Energy Supplies

The Gulf and Global Energy Supplies

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  • Updated: 24 Nov 2015
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MOL Group takes a key-role in the future of Europe's energy supply

MOL Group takes a key-role in the future of Europe's energy supply

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  • Updated: 02 Feb 2015
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Affordable and secure energy supplies will remain of utmost importance for Europe, providing the base for a competitive and healthy European economy. Oil and gas will remain a vital part of our continent’s energy mix and will keep us moving ahead on roads, water and in the air. So, what is MOL Group's contribution as a leading integrated energy company?
https://wn.com/Mol_Group_Takes_A_Key_Role_In_The_Future_Of_Europe's_Energy_Supply
Tetra Tech is Providing Communities Greater Energy Supplies

Tetra Tech is Providing Communities Greater Energy Supplies

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  • Updated: 23 Sep 2014
  • views: 575
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Tetra Tech combines its expertise to provide our clients energy and power services for the full project life cycle. Our comprehensive environmental, engineering, and construction management solutions help to quickly and cost-effectively bring energy projects to market. Our working relationships with regulatory agencies allow Tetra Tech to successfully site and permit transmission and distribution projects. Tetra Tech, through its subsidiary American Environmental Group, has worked with the Palo Verde Nuclear Generator Station to line their evaporation ponds with geosynthetic liners. This station creates more electricity than any other nuclear facility in the United States. In addition, Tetra Tech’s Parkland Pipeline is currently working on an underground pipeline system to increase oil export capabilities in Canada.
https://wn.com/Tetra_Tech_Is_Providing_Communities_Greater_Energy_Supplies
Danutė Budreikaitė on Security of energy supplies

Danutė Budreikaitė on Security of energy supplies

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  • Updated: 24 Oct 2007
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Speech by Danutė Budreikaitė MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Security of energy supplies, particularly gas [on behalf of the Group] [Language LT original] budreikaite_060117_152746_lt
https://wn.com/Danutė_Budreikaitė_On_Security_Of_Energy_Supplies
Is Britain getting the best from the European energy market?

Is Britain getting the best from the European energy market?

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  • Updated: 14 Feb 2015
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Is it in Britain’s interest for our energy supplies to be privately owned? If so, why does the energy sector need ongoing government subsidies? Former Minister for Energy and Climate Change, Charles Hendry MP, of the Tory Reform Group, explains the nature of Britain’s relationship with the European Union and how membership of the single market benefits the nation. Nick Raikes Editor - Thinkeconomics
https://wn.com/Is_Britain_Getting_The_Best_From_The_European_Energy_Market
BBC News   Shell   Profits guarantee future energy supplies

BBC News Shell Profits guarantee future energy supplies

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  • Updated: 30 Dec 2013
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Energy Union to secure supplies in crisis

Energy Union to secure supplies in crisis

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  • Updated: 30 May 2017
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The European Parliament’s Industry, Research and Energy Committee has approved a plan for the EU’s Energy Union to ensure gas supplies in times of crisis. The EPP Group’s Rapporteur Jerzy Buzek of Poland says the legislation will commit EU members to help each other to assess risk and share supplies, as well as cut consumption through more efficiency.
https://wn.com/Energy_Union_To_Secure_Supplies_In_Crisis
WWD ENERGY

WWD ENERGY

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  • Updated: 06 May 2015
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WWD ENERGY supplies a variety of components and equipments for generation, transmission, distribution and measuring energy. With extensive experience, we offer solutions and leading edge technology products for power generation sectors using Wind, Hydro, Solar, Oil and Natural Gas. WWD AEROSPACE is a worldwide supplier of parts and components for aviation and aerospace applications. OFFICES WORLDWIDE USA: (954)382-1455 BRAZIL: (12)98810-3788 WWD USA Group, LLC. Solutions beyond your imagination Visit us at http://wwdevices.com
https://wn.com/Wwd_Energy
Renewable Energy Supplies | Tomorrow Today

Renewable Energy Supplies | Tomorrow Today

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  • Updated: 30 Nov 2009
  • views: 365
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A key argument against converting energy production from fossil fuels to renewables has been that we cannot rely on them for a steady supply. The sun doesnt always shine,the wind doesnt always blow. Now a new research field known as energy meteorology is helping to make sustainable resources more reliable. Using remote sensing methods,such as satellite data,the weather experts are finding ways of forecasting the intensity of the sunlight and winds used to generate power.
https://wn.com/Renewable_Energy_Supplies_|_Tomorrow_Today
Syria: IS attack energy supplies as they sabotage pipeline

Syria: IS attack energy supplies as they sabotage pipeline

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  • Updated: 17 Jun 2015
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An armed group fighting for the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) reportedly reached the Umm at-Tababir district and damaged a gas-pipeline, witnesses reported on Wednesday. SOT, Usama Abu Rafi, Head of Engineering Department of Ibla Oil and Gas Company (Arabic): "We have been repeatedly targeted by the terrorists. Many of our people died heroically. But we are not afraid, they cannot intimidate us. Whenever they attack energy facilities, we will come and fix it." Video ID: 20150617-129 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
https://wn.com/Syria_Is_Attack_Energy_Supplies_As_They_Sabotage_Pipeline
Energy supply security: Pipelines and sunshine

Energy supply security: Pipelines and sunshine

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  • Updated: 23 Sep 2009
  • views: 139
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How do we combat climate change while, at the same time, securing Europes future energy supplies? Its one of the EUs biggest challenges, and the EPP Group has been shaping the debate about two very different, but complementary, options for the future.
https://wn.com/Energy_Supply_Security_Pipelines_And_Sunshine
Complete Energy Solutions, Fahmida Ahmed, Stanford University

Complete Energy Solutions, Fahmida Ahmed, Stanford University

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  • Updated: 18 Jul 2016
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In October 2009, Stanford University released a comprehensive and long-range Energy and Climate Action plan aimed at raising the bar in energy efficiency and the use of innovative, clean and renewable energy supplies on campus. The plan includes high-efficiency standards for new buildings; continued efficiency improvements for existing buildings; and the cutting-edge energy supply system known as the Stanford Energy System Innovations (SESI) project, which came online in March 2015. SESI represents a transformation of university energy supply from a 100 percent fossil-fuel-based combined heat and power plant (CHP) to grid-sourced electricity and a more efficient electric heat recovery system. In partnership with SunPower, the university also plans to construct a 73MW solar PV plant in southern California that will provide 50% of the university’s electricity, coupled with 5.5 MW of on-site solar at 19 locations across the Stanford campus. Together, with the renewable electricity that Stanford receives from the California grid, these efforts will allow 65% of the university’s electricity supply to come from renewable sources by the end of 2016. Overall, Stanford’s new energy system is expected to reduce campus emissions by 68% and save 15% of campus potable water. Fahmida Ahmed, Director, Office of Sustainability, at Stanford discusses the SESI project and Stanford’s renewable energy procurement plans in depth during this presentation. Fahmida Ahmed directs Stanford University’s Office of Sustainability and the campus program Sustainable Stanford. She designs, implements, and directs outreach for sustainability programs with her team, chairs the Sustainability Working Group, steers academic integration to aid program implementation, supports the Sustainability and Energy Management department’s long-term energy infrastructure planning, and oversees its business systems initiatives. Chair of the Board of Directors for Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) in 2015 and 2016, Fahmida received a 2012 Sustainability Champion Award by the California Higher Education Sustainability Consortium for her leadership in the sustainability arena. Before joining Stanford in 2008, she was the Sustainability Specialist at UC Berkeley, where she architected and managed its climate program (climateaction.berkeley.edu). Prior to her career in sustainability, Fahmida worked in financial services and the high-tech industry. As marketing manager at Siebel Systems (Now Oracle Inc.) and project manager in Providian Financial (now Washington Mutual), her initiatives focused on cross-functional program design and implementation. Fahmida earned a B.A. in Economics from Smith College and a Master’s in Environmental Science and Management from the Bren School at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her academic apprenticeships include positions at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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Report on US funded energy supplies

Report on US funded energy supplies

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1. Medium shot of Charles Kartman, head of the Korea Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO) walking out from lift 2. Close up of Kartman walking to the meeting room 3. Medium shot of Kartman at the meeting room 4. Pan from media to Charles Kartman 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charles Kartman, Head of the KEDO: "It isn't prepared yet. This isn't really the right time for that. There are some bigger issues that needs to be resolved before that." 6. Medium shot of media and Kartman 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charles Kartman, Head of the KEDO: "Not at all. I think the governments involved are examining that question. I don't think they have made the decision yet. And when they do make a decision, they will let me know what to do about it, I'm sure. They won't hesitate. But they haven't told me anything yet." 8. Medium shot of South Korean Foreign and Trade minister Yoon Young-kwan walking out from the lift 9. Wide shot of Yoon and Kartman meeting and shake hands 10. Wide shot of photographers 11. Medium shot of Yoon and Kartman 12. Close up of Yoon and Kartman shaking hands 13. Tilt down from Yoon and Kartman's faces to hands 14. Wide shot of meeting 15. Close up of Charles Kartman 16. Close up of Yoon 17. Medium shot of meeting 18. Close up of Charles Kartman 19. Close up of Yoon 20. Wide shot of meeting STORYLINE: Governments that fund a US-led consortium are deciding whether to complete two nuclear power plants in North Korea amid fears the North is developing nuclear weapons, the group's head said Monday. Charles Kartman is executive director of the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organisation (KEDO), which was formed after Washington and Pyongyang made a nuclear energy deal in 1994 to avert a similar crisis over the North's nuclear ambitions. Asked whether the reactor construction will stop, Kartman said: "I think the governments involved are examining that question. I don't think they have made the decision yet. And when they do make a decision, they will let me know what to do about it, I'm sure." Kartman, who spoke ahead of a meeting with South Korean Foreign Minister Yoon Young-kwan, arrived in Seoul on Saturday from Japan. The 4.6 (b) billion US dollar project is backed by the United States, the European Union, Japan and South Korea. The US ambassador to Japan, Howard Baker, said on Friday that Washington was unlikely to support the completion of the power plants if North Korea does not abandon its nuclear ambitions. Completion is at least several years away. Japanese Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi told reporters earlier that more dialogue was needed and that it was too soon to pull the plug. Japan's top government spokesman, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuo Fukuda, said on Monday that Japan had not heard that Washington planned to end the program. The New York-based consortium is building two light-water reactors in North Korea as part of a 1994 agreement to keep the Korean Peninsula free of nuclear weapons, and provide desperately needed energy. Under the 1994 agreement, North Korea froze separate nuclear facilities that were at the heart of a suspected weapons program, but has since resumed operating the facilities, which experts believe could yield nuclear bombs within months. The standoff began in October 2002 when US officials said North Korea admitted running a second, secret nuclear program in violation of the 1994 pact. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/122b7041cba685011d0237d41246ae8e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Managing Energy Supplies

Managing Energy Supplies

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  • Updated: 05 Nov 2012
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Donnie Maclean of Business Cost Consultants explains how you can get help managing your different energy supplies. http://www.businesscostconsultants.co.uk/energy-management/
https://wn.com/Managing_Energy_Supplies
Renewable Air Energies - join the Energy Revolution!

Renewable Air Energies - join the Energy Revolution!

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  • Updated: 17 Feb 2009
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Renewable Air Energies Pty Ltd is an Australian company committed to the development of air-driven energy saving innovations which utilise air input to provide free energy output. Once installed, the Renewable Air Energies System provides a renewable energy source of electricity that can substantially supplement traditional energy supplies. The system is ideal to provide electricity to run designated purposes such as common lighting, neon advertising, standby power systems, car parks and other similar applications within commercial, industrial and residential buildings including such things as high-rises, factories, mines and tunnels. INTERESTED IN INVESTING? Visit our website: www.renewableairenergies.com
https://wn.com/Renewable_Air_Energies_Join_The_Energy_Revolution
Inenco Energy News Update - Falling Carbon Prices, Oil Supplies and more

Inenco Energy News Update - Falling Carbon Prices, Oil Supplies and more

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  • Updated: 05 Mar 2010
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Katey Siddall interviews Inenco's Mike Allen about Drax Power's aborted plans to invest in biomass generation technology. Also, a round up of the energy news this week.
https://wn.com/Inenco_Energy_News_Update_Falling_Carbon_Prices,_Oil_Supplies_And_More
Georgia Tech Haiti Solar Project

Georgia Tech Haiti Solar Project

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  • Updated: 15 Jun 2016
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More than 7 million Haitians lack access to power or basic energy related services, while millions more experience water and food shortages daily. A group of highly motivated undergraduate and graduate engineers, as part of the IEEE Power and Energy Society Chapter at Georgia Tech, have worked relentlessly on a project to design and implement a sustainable microgrid that will supply renewable energy to a recently established health and missionary center in the mountains of Thoman, Haiti. Previously, the center spent nearly $55,000 yearly on diesel generator operating costs but this "free" solar energy will allow savings to be more effectively utilized for adequate staffing and medical supplies that will increase the centers capacity to serve more people and further contribute to the well-being of thousands within the community. Music: Morning Light by The Dirty Guv'nahs
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Time's Up! Energy Bikes supplies electricity during Hurricane Sandy Blackout

Time's Up! Energy Bikes supplies electricity during Hurricane Sandy Blackout

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  • Updated: 02 Nov 2012
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Time's Up! Environmental Group uses bike power to charge cell phones and laptops for hundreds of New Yorkers left in the dark http://times-up.org/index.php?page=2012-11-02-time-s-up-energy-bikes-provide-bike-power-after-hurricane-sandy
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Just Energy - Supplies 4 Schools II

Just Energy - Supplies 4 Schools II

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Our JE Sales force travelled to Mexico and embraced the opportunity to give back to the local community through the Just Energy Gives Back at Home and Away campaign. $12,000 was raised to benefit four schools serving over 500 students. Suitcases and boxes full of supplies were provided to students, with a portion of the money raised allocated for the installation of a solar panel system. The system is a life-changing development for the local residents as it will provide electricity and running water for the school and surround area for the first time ever. #justenergy #justenergyfoundation #CommunityStrong #JECommunityCare #givingback http://www.justenergyfoundation.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Justenergyfoundation/ https://www.instagram.com/justenergyfoundation/ https://www.justenergy.com/ https://www.facebook.com/justenergygroup https://twitter.com/JustEnergyGroup https://www.linkedin.com/company/just-energy_2 https://www.pinterest.com/justenergy/ https://plus.google.com/+justenergy/posts http://www.justenergy.com/blog/
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HINKLEY C - UK Government must FIX ENERGY PRICES or EDF could leave the New Nuclear project

HINKLEY C - UK Government must FIX ENERGY PRICES or EDF could leave the New Nuclear project

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  • Updated: 11 Mar 2013
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EDF is locked in talks with UK Government, and a decision on Hinkley-C energy prices is expected within days - AS UK STRUGGLES TO GENERATE ENOUGH ELECTRICITY. ## Britain could face electricity shortage ## Britain faces a battle to keep the lights on in the next three to four years, its power regulator said on Friday, due to the closure of coal and oil-fired plants to cut carbon emissions. Ofgem warned that uncertainty over the government's plans to revamp the electricity market meant it was unclear whether new, cleaner plants would be built to bridge the shortfall. "What strikes me as alarming is the drop in spare capacity ... It sounds like they (Ofgem) are concerned about the potential for blackouts," David Stokes, director at Energy Consultancy Timera Energy, told Reuters. Energy watchdog Consumer Focus said the country could face electricity price spikes as a result of the dwindling domestic capacity and over-reliance on electricity imports. "Narrower margins mean the risks of outages are higher and scarcity of energy could also feed into possible price rises in future. Consumers need protection from price spikes as well as power cuts," Audrey Gallacher, Consumer Focus Director of Energy, said in a statement. Nine UK-based coal and oil fired plants with a combined generating capacity of 11.5 gigawatts (GW) are due to close by 2015 or when they have completed 20,000 hours of operation for coal-fired power stations or 10,000 hours for oil-powered facilities, under EU legislation aimed at limiting emissions. But the owners of four plants, with a combined generation capacity of around 6 GW have already said they will close their plants by March 2013 and Ofgem said in the report that most plants would shut "well before the 2015 deadline". CHALLENGE Britain's energy industry faces "unprecedented challenges ... to attract the investment to deliver secure, sustainable and affordable energy supplies for consumers," said Ofgem Chief Executive Alistair Buchanan. The government has launched a wide-reaching Electricity Market Reform Bill designed to give support to investors in new low-carbon electricity such as nuclear and renewable generation. The support is expected to come through so-called contract for differences (CfDs), which amounts to a long-term price contract for the electricity. But the government has yet to decide exactly how much these contracts will be worth, making it difficult for investors in new plants to determine the economic viability of projects. "Security of electricity supply is of critical importance to the health of the economy and the smooth functioning of our daily lives. That is why the government is reforming the electricity market to deliver secure, clean and affordable electricity," Edward Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, said in a statement. The government ordered the Ofgem electricity capacity assessment ahead of the introduction of the electricity bill, due next year. Trade group Energy UK said in a statement on Friday 150 billion pounds of investment was needed to replace Britain's ageing power plants.
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Russia: Crimeans oppose energy supplies under Ukrainian conditions, survey shows

Russia: Crimeans oppose energy supplies under Ukrainian conditions, survey shows

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Residents of Crimea and Sevastopol oppose Ukraine's version of a contract over the supply of electricity to the Russian peninsula, according to the results of a new survey announced by the General Director of the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) in Moscow, Friday. A majority of 93.12 percent of the residents of Crimea and Sevastopol oppose the Ukrainian version of the contract, with 94 percent stating they are ready for resultant hardship. Besides the main points, the survey also asked Crimeans whether they are satisfied with their current lives, which was met with a 'yes' by 89 percent of those polled. Video ID: 20160101-034 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Renewable Energy in Estonia and the Baltics

Renewable Energy in Estonia and the Baltics

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Interview with Rene Tammist, Director of the Estonian Renewable Energy Association On Monday, December 15, 2014, the Heinrich Boell Foundation in Washington DC invited 3 representatives from Baltic renewable energy associations to discuss the potential for renewable energy to play a greater role in Europe’s energy security. During the past year the transatlantic community has revisited the subject of Europe’s energy security with renewed urgency. Russian aggression since the Ukraine crisis has again underscored the need for Europe to achieve energy independence by diversifying its energy supply. However, the debate about the new geopolitics of European energy security largely overlooks the potential for investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency in Eastern Europe. The foundation wants to focus attention on efforts underway in the eastern EU Member States to diversify energy supplies away from not only Russian energy sources, but from fossil fuels in general. Rene Tammist is the director of the Estonian Renewable Energy Association. During 2005-2011, he worked as a policy adviser for energy and climate for the Socialists & Democrats Group in the European Parliament. Rene has also participated in a transatlantic fellowship program which included a traineeship in the U.S. Congress. He is also a member of the Administrative Board of the EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators.
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Energy Bills: Pressure Groups Push For Probe

Energy Bills: Pressure Groups Push For Probe

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Which? And the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) have called for the so-called big six energy companies to be broken up. The two organisations want a full-scale competition inquiry into their dominance of UK energy supplies. The groups say 90% of consumers believe the sector should be investigated. They said 70% of consumers are worried about prices paid for energy, while only one in five trust the companies. The consumer and business plea calls for greater transparency, improved billing clarity, price comparison options and easier switching. The letter said: "It is clear that the energy market is broken and urgently needs fixing. "Top of our concerns is the need to increase competition and to make trading transparent. "For too long the lack of competition in the energy market has not been addressed. It is now time for radical changes that deliver an effective, competitive market that works for everyone, before the scale of this crisis worsens." The energy regulator Ofgem is expected to announce its intention to refer the energy suppliers to the Competition and Markets Authority this week. Such a referral could ultimately lead to a break-up of the companies, forcing them to separate their power generation arms from their retail businesses. In response, a spokesman for Energy UK said: "The energy industry supports competition. "The increasing number of companies looking to supply energy, allied to the numbers of customers switching and choosing smaller suppliers, shows that the market is active and working in the interests of customers."
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ENERGY - Designing a Low Carbon Energy Efficient World

ENERGY - Designing a Low Carbon Energy Efficient World

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The Issue Modern society's insatiable hunger for energy has mainly been satisfied through fossil fuels -- coal, oil and gas. But these are running out, and they are also a major source of the greenhouse gases that are speeding up climate change. As urban populations increase and become more prosperous, the demand for energy will only grow. Secure, sustainable and affordable energy supplies are crucial to the future success of our cities. Our Response WSP has world-leading expertise in renewable energy with long experience of helping both providers and consumers understand the issues, overcome the challenges and benefit from the opportunities presented by the introduction of clean and renewable technologies. We are involved at every stage of energy production, distribution and consumption, providing a suite of services across the whole project life-cycle to the future energy sector. On the supply side, we are helping utilities companies develop renewable energy products, we support the construction of the infrastructure needed to transmit energy from its source into our cities, and we are helping develop the smart grids to interconnect and manage energy networks within our urban environments. We support all users of energy, from municipalities to developers, from business and industry to individual households in managing their energy consumption and incorporating renewable energy generation technologies into their assets. Against a background of rising fuel prices and long-term uncertainty of fossil fuel supply, WSP is helping ensure the future sustainability of cities by enabling our clients make the transition to a low-carbon, energy efficient world in which investment in renewables is becoming increasingly viable as technology advances and costs decrease. www.wspgroup.com/futurecities
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