EDP announced this Wednesday, July 14, that it will anticipate the closure of the Sines, Soto da Ribera, and Abono plants.
"Airbnb has lost its head. Why would I give my tenant money? I can't even afford my own house. " This is how Rosaleen headed the last of her tweets to go viral. Her comment was accompanied by a screenshot with one of the latest messages received by the accommodation rental mediator platform.
A fossil about 115 million years old found in the northeast of Brazil and belonging to a hitherto unknown species of dinosaur has been presented this Friday by scientists from the National Museum of Rio de Janeiro.
The UK government has ordered telecommunications operators to completely withdraw any Huawei equipment on their 5G networks before the end of 2027 due to the impact of the latest sanctions imposed by the United States (USA) on the Chinese technology manufacturer.
Economic recoveries, like previous crises, are a coveted object of painstaking study by economists and academics. Just as there are not two equal crises, there are not two equal recoveries, and also there are not two superpowers with the same traced repercussions, even if they are from the same crisis. The notable econometric differences between how these events affect one or another economic area is an exciting field to try to shed a little more light on economic science (with all due respect to those who do not consider it science).
A study published recently by the Fraunhofer Institute (German equivalent of the CNRS) reveals that renewable energy is now the main source of electricity production in Germany. Their 40% contribution to the electricity mix in 2018 now exceeds that of coal and lignite [Lignite is a type of coal known as "of lower rank", characterized by high water content and carbon content of 50 to 60% giving it a low calorific value. In Germany it is mined in huge surface mines where it supplies power plants located nearby to reduce transport costs.], which together generate 38% of the current. With 7 reactors still in service, the atom provides 13.3% of electricity production. In 2010, before the decision to exit from nuclear power, its share was 22%