WN Network Solar Energy Production
Solar Energy Production
Search the World News Network
Advanced Search
Breaking News Wed, 16 Apr 2014
A New York City police officer patrols Times Square in New York Wednesday, May 5, 2010. New York Police Department disbands unit that spied on Muslims
CNN  April 16, 2014 -- Updated 0408 GMT (1208 HKT) A controversial New York Police Department surveillance unit that cataloged information on Muslim communities has been disbanded. File photo: A police... (photo: AP / Craig Ruttle)
Apple Inc. building Samsung says smartphone success in marketing, not Apple influence
The Business Review  Andrey Rudakov / Bloomberg Samsung is arguing in a San Jose courtroom that a marketing strategy shift led to a larger U.S. market share, not copying features from Apple's iPhone. Contributor- Silicon... (photo: WN / Yolanda Leyba)
U.S. President Barack Obama arrives at the Centro Cultural La Moneda Palace to deliver his speech to Latin America in Santiago, Chile, Monday March 21, 2011. Obama is in Chile as part of a three-country, five-day tour of Latin America. Obama blocks mergers by Republican CEOs
WorldNetDaily (FORBES) — Like all mergers, the proposed $45.2 billion Comcast CMCSA +1.5% merger with Time Warner Cable TWC +1%—the largest and second largest cable providers in the nation—has its advocates and... (photo: AP / Roberto Candia)
President Barack Obama delivers a speech to a joint session of Congress at the Capitol in Washington, Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011. Watching are Vice President Joe Biden and House Speaker John Boehner. Move over Obama: The 'pen and phone' that really count
WorldNetDaily But there are “flashing red warning lights” in the heavens that should command peoples’ attention right now, because the one behind those warnings, God, had “more than a pen... (photo: AP / Kevin Lamarque)
Top Stories
Cat's eye (road). Glow-in-the-dark road markings replace street lights for highway in Netherlands
The Independent A 500 metre stretch of highway in the Netherlands has become the first in the country to replace streetlights with glow-in-the-dark road markings. The section of road... (photo: Public Domain / ELIOT2000)
Solar panels on buildings will help save energy. UN: 'Massive shift' needed on energy
BBC News A UN report on climate change is expected to call for a trebling of the planet's use of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power. The report is also... (photo: Public Domain / Slick-o-bot)
Municipal Building, Chambers at Centre St. New York Cities on frontline of climate change struggle
BBC News Half of the world's population now lives in cities, and this proportion is set to rise to two-thirds by 2050. Yet cities are particularly vulnerable to the worst... (photo: Creative Commons / Elisa.rolle)
Government employee Gladys Villegas listens for instructions on how to apply for her unemployment insurance from a Labor Department official in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Tuesday, May 2, 2006. Governor Anibal Acevedo Vila and legislature remained at a stalemate over a US$740 million budget shortfall, extending a partial government shutdown, the first in Puerto Rico's history, that has closed public schools and thrown nearly 100,000 people temporarily out of work. Lines of government workers thrown out of their jobs jammed Puerto Rico's unemployment office on Tuesday, seeking aid in the wake of a partial government shutdown that could lead the U.S. territory into a recession Jobless claims fall to lowest level in nearly seven years
The Los Angeles Times Initial jobless claims plunged last week to their lowest level in nearly seven years, a sign that the labor market was picking up traction. The number of first-time... (photo: AP / Herminio Rodriguez)
Poland - Wind Turbines - electricity - Energy - Environment. Plans to curb wind turbines onshore will push up electricity bills
BBC News Plans to restrict wind farms to seas around Britain will need much larger subsidies from consumers, experts say. Newspaper reports suggest that the Conservative party... (photo: WN / Marzena J.)
N.America Europe S.America Pacific Africa Asia
Clean Energy Review
Energy Inc
Energy Production
Floating Energy
Mercantile Energy
Mercantile Power
Nuclear Guide
Perpetual Energy
Solar Momentum
Solar Power
Alternative Energy Renewable Energy
Renewable wind energy - wind turbines - wind farm
Unchecked rise of wind farms bad for Northern Ireland tourism, say ramblers
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon travelled to Greenland to see first-hand the impacts of climate change, 27 March, 2014.
UN: greenhouse gas emissions nearly doubled in first decade of 21st century
Nuclear Wave
Participation of Catherine Ashton, Vice-President of the EC, in the E3/EU+3 nuclear talks in Vienna
Iran nuclear deal proves elusive
Scotland gives green light to Europe's largest tidal energy project
Scotland gives green light to Europe's largest tidal energy project
Wind Power Plants
In this May 6, 2012 file photo, Gov. Paul LePage speaks at the Maine Republican Convention in Augusta, Maine. LePage met with representatives from two Jewish groups on Friday, July 13, 2012, following comments he has made comparing the Internal Revenue Service to the Gestapo
>Maine panel eyes bill to remove wind-power goals
President Barack Obama delivers his address on Libya at the National Defense University in Washington, Monday, March 28, 2011.
Obama assures Saudi king on Iran nuclear deal
Emissions Electricity
Climate change: UN experts see options to limit threat
Climate change: UN experts see options to limit threat
A child trying to sleep.
Arianna Huffington Offers 7 Tips For Getting A Better Night's Sleep