Energy

Italy’s game changer for European energy

Until the Ukraine-Russia war started, Italy had been heavily dependent on Russian energy supplies for decades, second only to Germany. In 2021, Russia was...

Pakistan-China collaboration on Chashma 5: the way to sustainable development 

Pakistan and China have agreed to spend USD 4.8 billion to build a Hualong One reactor as unit 5 of the Chashma nuclear power...

France, Germany and Sweden towards environmental protection: Nuclear Policies in Comparison

This comparative study is aimed at addressing the environmental implications of nuclear policies pursued by three developed European nations, France, Germany, and Sweden. Nuclear...

Why Should GESI Issues Be Included in Energy Policy?

Authors: Vivid Amalia Khusna and Mayora Bunga Swastika* Women and vulnerable groups play key drivers of the innovative and inclusive energy sector for a successful...

Outlook for Turkmenistan as Eurasia’s Transport Hub

In May 2023, President Serdar Berdimuhamedov of Turkmenistan has announced the country’s readiness to launch an international transit corridor to Iran, Iraq and Turkey...

Egypt, Greece, and Israel Take the Lead on Europe’s Energy Supply

The East Mediterranean can enhance Europe’s energy security and reduce its dependence on Russian gas. Regional countries are strongly positioned to face oncoming challenges...

The War on Ukraine Accelerates Europe’s Quest for East Mediterranean Energy

The East Mediterranean can play an increased role in Europe’s energy security as several resources in the region could be unlocked taking into consideration...

Energy Politics and Turkmenistan

With vast energy resources, Turkmenistan is a strategically located nation in Central Asia. The natural gas industry is Turkmenistan's principal source of hydrocarbons; the...

Three tips on how to tackle the Fukushima contaminated water

The Fukushima reactors melted down in 2011 after a devastating earthquake and tsunami knocked out the power supply and cooling system, contaminating water within...

Nuclear Discharge by Japan needed a re-assessment

Commenting on the report released by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), on the disposal of nuclear-contaminated water at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power...

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