A massive power cut caused traffic gridlock and left at least 1.4 million customers without electricity overnight into Friday in southern California, Arizona and Mexico, officials said.
Wood remains the dominant form of renewable energy worldwide.
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Japan is to purge three top energy officials in continuing fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan on Friday promised a "revolutionary" shift away from nuclear power and towards renewable energy
Japan will run “stress tests” on all its nuclear reactors, officials announced on Wednesday.
South Africa’s strike season has begun with thousands of engineering and metalworkers taking to the streets of the country’s main cities in support of wage demands.
Bangladeshi police have arrested up to 88 activists during a general strike against a gas exploration deal with US energy giant ConocoPhilips, organisers said Sunday.