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Power plant seeks control of Indian-owned coal mine amid worsening crisis in WA

The Japanese owners of a major coal-fired power station in Western Australia have taken legal action to take over a loss-making mine from Indian ownership amid a worsening crisis in the state’s coal heart. Most important points: Bluewaters power plant has taken legal action to gain control of the Griffin Coal mine The action is …

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Surprising reason why most people invest in crypto

Gaming is the fastest growing part of the global entertainment industry. It makes sense, then, that GameFi is crypto’s biggest attraction. According to an new study released by ChainPlaythree in four investors worldwide join crypto because of GameFi (where gaming and decentralized finance come together), also known as play-and-earn gaming. GameFi took off in 2021, …

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Mission impossible: Europe’s desperate struggle to solve the energy crisis as winter approaches

On Tuesday, German inflation reached 8.8 percent and is moving towards double digits and the highest level in nearly half a century, with energy prices rising 36 percent and food prices nearly 17 percent. While the UK is not dependent on Russian gas, the huge spikes in gas prices around the world are have serious …

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How much have real estate prices increased in the past 30 years?

In most regions, house prices rose significantly more than unit values. “Most [cities] saw annual growth of between 5 and 6 percent,” Lawless said, adding that dispelled the long-held housing myth that real estate prices doubled every 10 years. Sydney’s average real estate price has risen from nearly $222,000 in 1991 to about $1.38 million …

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‘Energy shortages’ will be closed within three years if coal plants are closed

Electricity supply is expected to lag demand in Australia’s largest grid within three years, according to an official report that identifies the need to build new renewable energy and transmission lines as urgent. Most important points: Market operator warns power supply to Australia’s largest grid could run out within three years AEMO says massive shutdowns …

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