1. The UK government is expected to begin a nationwide search for a community willing to host an underground nuclear waste dump to store highly...
      


  2. Ryanair and EasyJet transformed low-cost continental travel. With ever more passengers opting for low-cost carriers such as Ryanair and EasyJet, Europe’s old-guard airlines have...
      


  3. The 2.8 kilometer (1.74 miles) zipline, spanning the equivalent of 28 soccer fields, was certified this week by the Guinness World Records. The zipline...
      


  4. Much of this infrastructure is well beyond original life expectancy. Legacy systems have been in place for well over 40, 50 and in some...
      


  5. Anyone else see Elon Musk's promise to fix Flint by swooping in with a cash promise to alleviate the water crisis?   http://fortune.com/2018/07/11/elon-musk-flint-michigan-twitter/
      


  6. Musk's tunnel-boring project has received more vague government approval for its equally vague plans to build an underground hyperloop between New York and Washington,...
      


  7. They had a previous round of cuts in '14 when they shed 5,000 jobs. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-rolls-royce-hldg-restructuring/rolls-royce-cuts-4600-jobs-at-pivotal-moment-for-business-idUSKBN1JA0JD  


  8. New poll conducted by Gallup reveals that nobody is excited about riding in driverless cars. The poll reports that 54 percent of people are unlikely...
      


  9. The royal family has created a new plan called “Vision 2030,” which provides a blueprint for modernising cities across the kingdom. As part of...
      


  10. China on Tuesday opened the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge linking Hong Kong to the mainland, a feat of engineering carrying immense economic and political...
      


  11. Okay, I just love the whole Trans Mountain saga. Here's the latest. In the Trans Mountain feud, a B.C. First Nation paves its own path...
      


  12. As Puerto Rico continues its recovery from Hurricane Maria’s devastation, the island’s government plans to sell its public energy company’s assets in a bid...
      


  13. Futuristic as it looks, Dubai's 49-station, 46-mile metro is completely automated and driverless, making it the third-largest such system in the world, after systems...


  14. US lawmakers has approved a string of bills aimed at securing U.S. energy infrastructure from cyber threats following revelations of Russian cyberattacks targeting grid operators. Lawmakers...
      


  15. In coming week, the US House Energy and Commerce Committee Subcommittee on Energy is expected to turn its attention to the state of the country's energy...
      


  16. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) confirmed last night that the National Center for Environmental Research (NCER), which gives out millions of dollars worth of...
      


  17. Sounds a bit unbelievable, but it's true. By the study report of British embassy in Helsinki Arctic has plenty of natural resources and open...
      


  18. California's only remaining nuclear power plant, the Diablo Canyon plant near San Luis Obispo, will begin closing in 2025, state regulators announced.  The closing will likely...
      


  19. New York Times reported that power companies contracted by the U.S. government to restore power in Puerto Rico are pulling workers from the island, even...
      


  20. Wastewater Infrastructure;  not exactly a topic of discussion one hears around the dinner table. Unless of course like me, you work in the field. ...


  21. Ottawa should be ready to make Trans Mountain decision in June: Garneau "Federal Transportation Minister Marc Garneau said Tuesday he expects his government to be...
      


  22. Europe’s high-speed rail network is a slow, expensive and “ineffective patchwork”, according to a report from the EU’s spending watchdog that criticised costly projects...
      


  23. Iran is as safe as the UK when it comes to security, according to a new interactive map showing the risk level around the...
      


  24. ChargePoint and EVBox, two of the world’s leading EV charging networks, announced a roaming agreement that will enable EV drivers to roam between charging...
      


  25. Having been in the oil industry for 33 years, constructing 100's of miles of oil piplines and gas projects, including tankage, Centrifugal and PD pumps,...
      


  26. Chicago has picked Elon Musk's Boring Company to build a futuristic transportation link to the city's airport. This multibillion-dollar high-speed express train, known as...


  27. Establishing a comprehensive ultra-fast charging infrastructure in Europe is step forward cause a built new 180 electrical stations between seven European countries (Projects are starting...


  28. Ireland government has launched an ambitious plan which details how more than €116 billion will be spent on infrastructure projects over the next 22...
      


  29. This sounds pathetic but let's see what happens. Here. “The current government of B.C. has repeatedly committed publicly to doing everything it can to prevent...
      


  30. As electric charging stations continue to sprout across the country, hydrogen fueling stations haven't experienced the same rapid growth.That's an issue in California, where...
      

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