China Starts Unloading Australian coal Shipments Despite Import Ban

China has started unloading imported Australian coal that were left stashed outside Chinese ports for a year since Beijing blocked trades with Canberra. Traders report that some stranded cargoes of Australian thermal coal have been discharged to China last month …

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Taliban Stops Paying Foreign Energy Providers, Blackout Imminent

Afghanistan is facing imminent winter blackouts with the Taliban unable to pay foreign electricity suppliers, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. About 70 percent of Afghanistan’s electricity relies on foreign companies, and former CEO of the country’s …

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Ofgem Launches £450 Million Green Innovation Fund

British energy regulator Ofgem on Tuesday has launched a £450 million ($617 million) fund aimed to promote green innovation across gas and electricity networks and help the country meet its net-zero climate targets. The funds will be available to energy …

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Power Station Explosion Causes Mass Blackouts Across Queensland, Australia

Almost 500,000 homes were left without electricity across Queensland on Tuesday after a coal-fired power station exploded. Queensland Fire and Emergency Services were called to the Callide Power Station near Biloela, in central Queensland, shortly before 2 p.m. CS Energy …

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