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LETTER: SA will not host a World Cup as long as it is seen as unsafe

Business Day 16 May 2022
Like it or not, our current image is a far cry from that of the bright-eyed rainbow nation of 1995 ... We are the most violent nation on earth ... nation. How far is that from the truth? To add to this tragedy we cannot even guarantee a stable power grid or decent transport system.
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Finland and Sweden formally seeking entry into NATO alliance as US welcomes move

Finger Lakes Times 16 May 2022
And in a sign of the economic might that Russia wields over much of Europe, the Finnish power company Fingrid said on Saturday that Russia cut off electricity supplies to the nation. A representative for the company said that Finland “can cope” and that the power grid would not be interrupted.
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Perpetua Resources Announces First Quarter 2022 Highlights

Longview News-Journal 16 May 2022
Further advancing Perpetua Resources' ESG and sustainable mining goals, the Project will be powered by the lowest carbon emissions grid in the nation and a portion of the antimony produced from the Project will be supplied to Ambri, a US-based company commercializing a low-cost liquid metal battery essential for the low-carbon energy transition.
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Prolonged power outages: manifestation of previous government's incompetence

Urdu Point 15 May 2022
However, when Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) came into power in 2013, it has revitalized the electricity sector and overcome the crisis through concerted efforts, materializing the dream of zero load-shedding in the country by successfully adding around 12,000 MW to the national grid in a short span of time.
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Oops! Power supply fluctuates at PICC while Comelec canvasses COCs

Manila Bulletin 15 May 2022
“The sudden fluctuation of power supply was caused by the NGCP [National Grid Corporation of the Philippines,” the Comelec said. @MB_mrtnsdngdng Power supply fluctuates here at PICC in Pasay City where the national canvassing for senatorial and partylist races are being held.
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Wilson planning board approves solar array

Niagara Gazette 15 May 2022
The Wilson Town Planning Board approved a special use permit requested by Cypress Creek Properties, for the construction of a 20-acre solar array on May 9 ... Once completed it would be connected to a power grid belonging to National Grid ... .
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Drax renewable energy storage scheme gets green light despite objections

The Business Desk 15 May 2022
The site will hold energy produced at Drax Power Station when demand from the National Grid is low ... Applicant Aura Power ...
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First CPEC hydro project starts trial operation

Dawn 15 May 2022
The work related to the laying of the transmission line for evacuating power, transmitting and adding it into the national grid for supply to the distribution system was already done ... The project is the first of the three CPEC’s hydropower projects, which will start power generation before its actual deadline.
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Finland formally seeks entry into NATO alliance

The Los Angeles Times 15 May 2022
World & Nation ... World & Nation ... And in a sign of the economic power that Russia wields over much of Europe, on Saturday the Finnish power company Fingrid said that Russia cut off electricity supplies to the nation. A representative for the company said that Finland “can cope” and that the power grid would not be interrupted ... World & Nation.
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Finland formally seeking entry into NATO alliance

Finger Lakes Times 15 May 2022
And in a sign of the economic power that Russia wields over much of Europe, on Saturday the Finnish power company Fingrid said that Russia cut off electricity supplies to the nation. A representative for the company said that Finland “can cope” and that the power grid would not be interrupted.
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Ukraine appears to drive Russians from Kharkiv; Republicans meet Zelenskyy

Finger Lakes Times 14 May 2022
And in a sign of the economic power that Russia wields over much of Europe, on Saturday the Finnish power company Fingrid said that Russia cut off electricity supplies to the nation. A representative for the company said that Finland “can cope” and that the power grid would not be interrupted.
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Imran in no position to ask questions, must answer for plundering Pakistan: Marriyum Aurangzeb

Urdu Point 14 May 2022
Electricity was at Rs 11 per unit, when Imran left, its price jumped to Rs 24 per unit, she said, adding,"Imran did not add a single megawatt to the national grid and the load-shedding is a result of the fact that Imran did not arrange fuel for the power-plants."
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Imran in no position to ask questions, must answer for plundering Pakistan- Marriyum Aurangzeb

Urdu Point 14 May 2022
Electricity was at Rs 11 per unit, when Imran left it was Rs 24 per unit while Imran did not add a single megawatt to the national grid. The load-shedding is a result of the fact that Imran did not arrange fuel for the power-plants ... It is time for you to answer for wrecking the national economy.
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Republicans meet Zelenskyy as senior Ukrainian official warns of ‘extremely difficult weeks’ ahead

Finger Lakes Times 14 May 2022
On Saturday, the Finnish power company Fingrid said that Russia cut off electricity supplies to the nation. A representative for the company said that Finland “can cope” and that the power grid would not be interrupted ... The United Nations this week estimated that more than 14 million people have been displaced by the war in Ukraine.
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Editorial: Alex Padilla is the standout choice for U.S. Senate

East Bay Times 14 May 2022
Sen ... Gov ... Padilla vs ... Meuser says he’s uncertain whether man-made climate change is real and wants California and the nation to increase oil extraction ... O’Dowd is crusading against Tesla, which he says produces unsafe self-driving cars, and to close hacking vulnerabilities in software used to run the nation’s power grid, hospitals and millions of cars.

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President Joe Biden signs S. 583, the “Promoting Rigorous and Innovative Cost Efficiencies for Federal Procurement and Acquisitions Act of 2021” or the “PRICE Act of 2021,” Tuesday, February 22, 2022, in the Oval Office at the White House.
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