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Federal judge blocks Biden's pause on new oil, gas leases

Olean Times Herald 15 Jun 2021
5 things to know about The Craft Nook in Cuba. Although Landry and the lawsuit’s supporters said the moratorium has already driven up prices and endangered energy jobs, Biden’s suspension didn’t stop companies from drilling on existing leases.
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China supports upgrading of Cuba's induction cooker

People Daily 10 Jun 2021
It comes as Cuba continues to work on the replacement of old thermoelectric plants by new electricity generators, and on the import of energy saving electronic appliances in keeping with guidelines promoted by the island's energy program. Cuba uses renewable energy sources and environmentally friendly technologies to produce these induction cookers.
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Feature: China supports upgrading of Cuba's induction cooker

Sina 10 Jun 2021
It comes as Cuba continues to work on the replacement of old thermoelectric plants by new electricity generators, and on the import of energy saving electronic ... Cuba uses renewable energy sources and environmentally friendly technologies to produce these induction cookers.
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US Senate votes to give financial aid to ‘Havana Syndrome’ victims & resurrects spectre of ...

Russia Today 08 Jun 2021
The release claims that the injuries were “from likely directed energy attacks in Cuba, China, and elsewhere.” ... Effects of Cuba ‘sonic attacks’ caused by anti-Zika fumigation, new study claims.
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The Sanders Tax Bill Would Hurt U.S. Oil Producers and Workers

National Review 08 Jun 2021
With gas prices soaring across the country, politicians should be working to fortify American energy independence and ensure that oil companies are treated fairly compared with other industries ... Bernie Sanders Is Wrong about Cuba’s Literacy Program. Full expensing is vital to capital-intensive industries such as the energy sector.
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Senate passes bill to aid directed-energy attack victims

Politico 08 Jun 2021
Security Senate passes bill to aid directed-energy attack victims ... The Senate on Monday unanimously passed a bill that would boost medical care for American diplomats and spies who develop mysterious brain injuries amid an uptick in suspected directed-energy attacks on U.S.
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Net Energy and Sustainability, or… the Story of the Overstuffed Strongman (Episode 44 of Crazy Town)

Resilience 03 Jun 2021
positive net energy. Having surplus energy in the form of thirteen pounds of food per day enables a very big man, Hafthor Bjornsson, to lift very big objects. Similarly, having surplus energy in the form of fossil fuel enables very big societies to build and trade very big piles of stuff ... The topic of today’s episode is net energy ... More energy.
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Venezuela sees first grid-connected PV system come online

PV Magazine 02 Jun 2021
The program was founded in 2005 by the Bolivarian government “within the framework of the policies of social inclusion and diversification of energy sources, promoted through the VI Joint Commission Cuba-Venezuela Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement, and aimed at serving communities isolated.”.
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Russia-linked SolarWinds hackers target email accounts used by State Department aid agency

Yahoo Daily News 28 May 2021
federal agencies including the Department of Homeland Security and Energy Department, as well as thousands of companies in the private sector ... has determined is a threat to European energy security, efforts by both nations to stem the coronavirus pandemic, and assessments by U.S ... embassy in Cuba in 2018.
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Cubans fawn over pigeon breeding to cope with pandemic

New York Post 27 May 2021
cuba. Growing mystery of suspected energy attacks on US personnel draws concern ... Raul Castro resigns, ending era of family communist rule in Cuba ... Pigeons fly over pigeon fanciers in Havana, Cuba on May 18, 2021. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini Pigeons are seen next to their loft on a balcony in Havana, Cuba on May 25, 2021.
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Mysterious Havana Syndrome sufferers claim Biden is ignoring them and 'energy attacks' on US

The Independent 27 May 2021
Beginning in 2016, US and Canadian diplomats working in Cuba developed symptoms including hearing loss, memory loss, and nausea.
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China supports development of Cuba's digital TV platform

China.dot.org 24 May 2021
"Cuba is moving from analog (TV) to digital TV ... "China and Cuba have built a win-win relationship." ... Edel Gomez, director of the electronics company, told Xinhua that Cuba uses renewable energy sources and environmentally friendly technologies to produce set-top boxes and hybrid TV sets.
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Feature: China supports development of Cuba's digital TV platform

Sina 24 May 2021
"Cuba is moving from analog (TV) to digital TV ... "China and Cuba have built a win-win relationship." ... Edel Gomez, director of the electronics company, told Xinhua that Cuba uses renewable energy sources and environmentally friendly technologies to produce set-top boxes and hybrid TV sets.
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Military scientists are planning experiments on primates involving pulsed microwaves to look for links to ...

Business Insider 24 May 2021
Embassy in Havana, Cuba ... The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine reported last year that "directed, pulsed radiofrequency energy," including microwave radiation, is "the most plausible mechanism," according to The New York Times ... Havana Syndrome incidents were first reported among embassy staff in Cuba in 2016.
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Growing mystery of suspected energy attacks on US personnel draws concern

New York Post 24 May 2021
The problem has been labeled the “Havana Syndrome,” because the first cases affected personnel in 2016 at the US Embassy in Cuba ... “Now they’re putting people in place who not only believe us but are going to advocate for our health care.” Tourists ride classic convertible cars on the Malecon beside the United States Embassy in Havana, Cuba.

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