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We can’t say yet if grid-breaking thunderstorms are getting worse – but we shouldn’t wait to find out

Extreme winds from thunderstorms have downed transmission towers from Victoria to Western Australia in recent years. What’s going on?
Small shops like this one in Vilanculos, Mozambique experience regular power cuts. Tonis Valing/Shutterstock

Mozambique’s unstable and expensive power supply is devastating small businesses – study examines what’s gone wrong

Mozambique has large gas reserves and a big hydropower generating dam. It exports 90% of this electricity, leaving small businesses facing frequent power cuts and disrupting their work.
New infrared technology could make homes more energy efficient. Olivier Le Moal/Shutterstock

Five reasons to heat your home using infrared fabric

New infrared fabric technology is easy to install, cheap to run and affordable so it has huge potential as a future alternative to heat pumps, especially for retrofit projects.

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