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Ireland and most African countries use less electricity annually than the amount used to process bitcoin transactions so far this year.
4 out of 5 Puerto Ricans are still without power — but darkness is far from the island’s biggest problem
Puerto Rico is struggling to keep its vulnerable populations alive as hospitals deal with the lack of power and supplies of medications run low.
FEMA replaced statistics on the number of Puerto Ricans without water and electricity from its website after reports of the data’s removal
The Federal Emergency Management Agency took down — and later restored — data showing the numbers of Puerto Ricans without water and electricity.
After nearly a week, the island of Puerto Rico is 100% without electricity in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
Hurricane Irma left nearly 1 million Puerto Ricans without power — and it could be months until they get it back
Hurricane Irma hit Puerto Rico Wednesday night and immediately knocked out power for almost 1 million people.
British Gas said the increase will add £76 to the typical annual bill of a household on its dual fuel standard tariff, taking it to £1,120.
The fascinating life of Nikola Tesla, the genius who electrified the world and dreamed up death rays
Nikola Tesla would have been 161 years old on July 10. His inventions paved the way for electric motors, radios, fluorescent lights, lasers, and remote control.
He was using a special video camera called the "Thor experiment."
Global rankings show how China, the US, and other countries stack up when it comes to air quality, energy use, and renewables.
Minnesota is a likely and high-risk target for a crippling threat from the sun, according to a recent USGS study.