A Southern California utility routinely powers down sections of the grid during extreme winds.
By Lauren Sommer, KQED Science
We gain power by advancing the welfare of other people, and yet, when we feel powerful, we lose those very skills that got us there and take more than our fair share.
By Dacher Keltner
In the past, violence was the quickest route to establishing dominance. But today, people gain influence by advancing the welfare of others, according to Dacher Keltner. The more power people derive from helping others, however, the more likely they are…
By PBS NewsHour
In March, 47 percent of Spain's electricity came from renewable sources.
By Carey Reed
By Daniel Costa-Roberts
Heavy rainfall in Costa Rica has caused a spike in hydroelectric production this year. Together with green energy from sources like geothermal, wind, solar and biomass, the power glut means the Central American country's energy utilities haven't needed to burn…
By Colleen Shalby
A massive power outage hit downtown Detroit this morning, affecting 100 of the city’s buildings, including fire stations.
Kim Jong Un's deadly power play stokes fear in foreign governments…
North Korea executes high-level official, charging leader's uncle was a traitor…
New York power and telephone companies are taking precautions for the next big storm.
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