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Here are the risks as shelling continues at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant.

Repeated shelling inside the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant complex over the past seven days has revived concerns of a nuclear…

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Shelling at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant Is Raising Fears of an Accident. Here’s a Look at the Risks.

KYIV, Ukraine — When Russian forces seized control of Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in early March, a fierce gun…

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Biggest Cryptominers in the U.S. Use as Much Power as Houston, Findings Show

Seven of the largest Bitcoin mining companies in the United States are set up to use nearly as much electricity…

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In a Twist, Old Coal Plants Help Deliver Renewable Power. Here’s How.

Across the country, aging and defunct coal-burning power plants are getting new lives as solar, battery and other renewable energy…

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Nuclear Power Gets New Push in U.S., Winning Converts

Driven by the difficulty of meeting clean energy goals and by surging electricity demands, a growing number of political leaders…

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Japan Swelters Through a Punishing Heat Wave

TOKYO — Japan is enduring one of its worst heat waves on record, raising concern about potential power shortages amid…

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The Supreme Court Has Made It Even Harder to Fight Climate Change

On Thursday, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority, with its 6-3 ruling in the case of West Virginia v. Environmental Protection…

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French Nuclear Power Crisis Frustrates Europe’s Push to Quit Russian Energy

PARIS — Plumes of steam towered above two reactors recently at the Chinon nuclear power plant in the heart of…

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Former Bolivian President Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison

Jeanine Añez, the former president of Bolivia, was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Friday following accusations that she…

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How a Florida Power Project Flew Under the Regulatory Radar

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — As Florida Power & Light described it, the plan seemed sound: a 176-mile transmission line allowing the…

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