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Iraq is rebuilding its oil infrastructure after years of conflict and has signed deals with oil majors to reach a proposed production capacity of 12 million bpd by 2017. Most analysts see 6-7 million bpd as more realistic.

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Terrence Aym

Torresol Energy, a bold joint venture between the Spanish engineering firm SENER and an Abu Dhabu energy company called Masdar has accomplished a feat few in the energy production business thought possible scant years ago: a solar powered facility th

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Kevin Bullis via TechnologyReview.com

Natural gas burns cleanly, emits half as much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as burning coal, and is extremely plentiful—especially due to new extraction technologies such as fracking. It seems like a perfect fuel for battling climate change.

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That's where Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's (Berkeley Lab's) Fuel Cell program comes in. Located in the Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Berkley Lab's fuel-cell researchers work with the U.S. Department of Energy and industry

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The Economic Spy

In a high-risk move that comes as a response to the nuclear power plant catastrophe at the Fukushima facility in Japan, the Merkel government in Germany has announced plans to wean the country off of nuclear power and into renewable fuel by 2022.

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