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Australia’s 'dirtiest’ power station to close

Sydney, Nov 3, 2016 (AFP) - Australia’s‘dirtiest’ power station to close One of Australia’s dirtiest power plants will be shuttered, its owner said Thursday, in a move hailed by environmentalists.


Power bank certification hailed

PETALING JAYA: The Government plans to introduce compulsory certification for power banks in Malaysia in a move that has prompted positive feedback from groups here.


Power banks in hand luggage only

PETALING JAYA: Power banks are not allowed to be checked-in on commercial aircraft to avoid the risk of fire in the cargo section, said the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA).


Parts of mainland still without power due to floods

GEORGE TOWN: Power supply on the island has been almost fully restored, while there is still power disruption on the mainland.

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Plan for solar power station in space a world first

BEIJING: China is expected to be the world’s first country to build a practical solar power station in space, as long as it keeps investing in research and development, according to Li Ming, a research fellow from China Academy of Space Technology.

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Thailand power plant approval was unjust, claims academic

Bangkok: An academic claims that the Environmental and Health Impact Assessments (EHIA) approval for the Thepa coal-fired power plant was unjust, because local people did not have a chance to present to the expert committee before a final decision was made, and because the report was inconclusive.

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India to build 10 domestic nuclear power reactors

New Delhi (AFP) - India on Wednesday said it will develop 10 domestically-built heavy water reactors to increase its nuclear power capacity, as it looks to ramp up clean energy generation.


Former 'Power Rangers' actor admits killing roommate with sword

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - An actor best known for his role in the "Power Rangers" children's television series who prosecutors said stabbed his roommate to death with a sword during an argument pleaded guilty on Thursday to manslaughter.


Sabah loses RM64mil per year to power theft

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd (SESB) loses about RM64 mil per year to power thefts in the state.


Safety checks in place on sale of power banks

PUTRAJAYA: Soon, only power banks bearing Sirim and Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consume­rism Ministry safety labels will be allowed on store shelves.