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White House reviewing allegation of ‘energy attack’ in Washington, DC reportedly similar to past ‘Havana Syndrome’ cases

Multiple sources familiar with the investigation have told CNN that no conclusions have been reached about what exactly happened, but officials briefed members of the Senate and House Armed Services Committees earlier this month about the incident.  One National Security Council official reportedly became ill in November of last year, …

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Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization says 55 kilos of 20%-enriched uranium produced since January amid nuclear deal talks

Speaking with the Sada-e Vasima news agency on Wednesday, Behrouz Kamalvandi, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran’s (AEOI) spokesman, said the country had exceeded the enrichment capacity achieved before the introduction of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in 2015. The JCPOA saw Iranian atomic ambitions curtailed in exchange …

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Big energy emerges as winner from Texas winter storm

This is likely to lead to bigger energy companies across the state acquiring smaller, local companies that people no longer trust to supply their power.  The four major Texan companies, together, own around half of the total capacity of the grid, with the remaining share relatively fragmented. One company, Brazos …

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Big Banks could lose billions in the global energy transition

JP Morgan pledged to help clients align their business with Paris Agreement emission targets. HSBC announced up to a $1 trillion in green energy funding. An investor group worth $20 trillion in assets urged heavy emitters to clean up their act. Another group, worth $5 trillion, said it will set …

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