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EPA further threatens grid reliability

The Bradford Era 28 Sep 2023
If the Biden Administration has its way, the Environmental Protection Agency will soon implement a dangerous rule that will further threaten Pennsylvania’s severely strained electric grid ... The new mandates will impose an effective moratorium on new natural gas plants and force existing natural gas and coal plants to shutter prematurely.

Rs 25-crore jewellery store heist: Delhi Police probe if thieves rented flat in area to carry out recon

Indian Express 28 Sep 2023
The incident, meanwhile, came to light only on Tuesday as the market is closed on Mondays ... Footage shows at least three-four persons are involved.\u201d The officer added, \u201cThe thieves possibly switched on the electricity supply by accessing the board beside the shutter outside as they had to use the drill to make a hole in the wall.

Sensata Technologies to Cut Workforce, Close Sites

Market Watch 27 Sep 2023
Sensata Technologies said it plans to reduce its workforce and shutter sites in a cost-cutting push amid soft demand for the company's sensors and electrical-protection devices ... .

Tamil Nadu Government invites MSME Associations for talks on Tuesday

Business Line 25 Sep 2023
... Tuesday as several thousands of MSME units across the State closed their shutters on Monday to draw attention to the issues concerning electricity tariff hikes.

‘A contradiction’: U.S. subsidizes ‘sustainable’ buildings, but leaves them vulnerable to floods

Politico 25 Sep 2023
Back in Fort Lauderdale, a municipal engineer at a May city commission meeting told local leaders they were spending about $40,000 per day to provide backup electricity and cooling for the shuttered city hall building, which is only a few blocks north of the Vu apartments.

Carmakers, union negotiate

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 24 Sep 2023
Even after escalating its strike, however, the union still has plenty of leverage in its effort to force the companies to agree to significant increases in pay and benefits ... The union is worried that carmakers will shutter some factories as the industry shifts to electric vehicles, which require fewer parts and less labor ... NUCLEAR OPTION.

The mission to create Europe’s battery hub, whatever the cost

Stars and Stripes 23 Sep 2023
Next to fields of corn and sunflowers near the city of Debrecen in eastern Hungary, workers in hard hats pour concrete into the foundations of what will be Europe’s biggest factory making batteries for electric> vehicles ... has set 2035 as the deadline to stop the sale of new petrol and diesel cars, forcing manufacturers to go electric.

Nations around the world commit to sending force to Haiti, US top diplomat tells UN

The Eagle-Tribune 23 Sep 2023
“We’ve got countries from every continent willing to contribute here to Haiti,” Acting Deputy Secretary of State Victoria J ... Though U.S ... Places like Cite Soleil and Cabaret have been cut off from clean drinking water and electricity for more than a year, while hospitals and health clinics are shuttered and people are going days without a single meal.

Strikes against automakers spread to 38 locations in 20 states; Stellantis and GM are targeted

The Grand Island Independent 22 Sep 2023
The companies say they can't afford to meet the union's demands because they need to invest profits in a costly transition from gas-powered cars to electric vehicles ... Grand Island's Chocolate Bar avoids shuttering, has new ownership Boot Life ... transformation to electric vehicles.

Lithium mine to reopen on strength of $239.7M in federal grants

Rocky Mount Telegram 21 Sep 2023
A Kings Mountain lithium mine, shuttered since 1988 and estimated to be capable of supporting the production of 1.2 million electric vehicles annually for 30 years, will reopen ... Department of Defense this week to expand domestic production of the raw mineral used to manufacture electric vehicle batteries ... × This page requires Javascript ... ....

Fort Fairfield may be home to a new potato chip plant

Bangor Daily News 21 Sep 2023
FORT FAIRFIELD, MaineFort Fairfield could see a new potato chip processing company set up shop ... That could be good news for a town that has been plagued with money problems ... The town lost a major industry five years ago when biomass electricity plant ReEnergy shuttered its facility there ... “Bruce is serious about this ... More articles from the BDN ....

Rick Haglund: Decline of wages, jobs and Detroit Three market share fuel UAW strike

Longview News-Journal 21 Sep 2023
... in an industry making a historic transition to electric vehicles ... But they caution that a lengthy strike resulting in an uncompetitive labor contract could give further advantage to nonunion automakers like electric vehicle leader Tesla and permanently shutter small suppliers.

Trump and labor: What to know as he heads to Detroit to bash Biden

Politico 21 Sep 2023
Trump took a victory lap, for example, when an electric vehicle manufacturer moved into a shuttered General Motors plant in Ohio in 2020, but the venture hit the skids earlier this year ... Trump also imposed a 25-percent tariff on auto imports from China, a move that has helped prevent Chinese electric vehicle makers from getting a toehold in the U.S.

Nimbys and Greens are teaming up to block German wind farms

The Spectator 17 Sep 2023
Wind energy is crucial if Germany is to meet its goal of renewables producing 80 per cent of electricity by 2030, up from 46 per cent last year ... Germany’s 17 shuttered nuclear stations used to supply a quarter of the nation’s electricity ... Most imported electricity now comes from, you guessed it, nuclear power plants in France.

What are the UAW strike demands?

The Keene Sentinel 16 Sep 2023
More pay ... Worker protections in the electric vehicle era. The union also wants the right to strike over proposed plant closures as Detroit transitions from gas-powered cars to electric vehicles. Manufacturers have been shuttering old facilities that made internal combustion vehicles to shift workers and resources into EV production. .

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