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Russia halts electricity exports to Finland after its decision for NATO membership bid

With Finland finalising its decision for the NATO membership bid, Russia has reportedly stopped electricity exports to the country overnight on Friday, according to an official at Finland’s power grid operator.

Lithuania to no longer import gas from Russia, says authorities

Lithuania is no longer import gas from Russia, becoming the first European country to be fully independent...

Russia urges India to deepen investments in oil and gas sector

Russia has urged India to deepen its investments in the sanction hit nation's oil & gas sector...

Russia to become world’s largest hydrogen producer by 2035: Putin

On Wednesday, January 26, 2022, A video conference was held been Russian President Vladimir Putin and the...

Electric power outages hit Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan

On Tuesday, January 25, 2022, it was reported that the largest city of Kazakhstan, called Almaty and...

Senator from the United States says he won’t rule out a nuclear strike on Russia

Senator Roger Wicker of Mississippi, a Republican, gave an alarming interview to Fox News in which he...

Solar PV installations are expected to increase by 20% in 2022 as the market overcomes high production costs

In 2022, significant solar markets like Europe, China, India, and the United States will see an increase in installations...

The Pinellas County Commission is considering committing a future powered entirely by renewable energy

With legislative efforts in Tallahassee to convert Florida to renewable power in the coming decades failing, some...

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