Indoor climate gained attention in Switzerland in the late 19th century as a means to preserve human health.
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Developed in West Germany in the 1960s, the SIEMENS type SUR-100 zero-power reactor was designed both for educational purposes and as a demonstration object for an engineering discipline still in emergence.
This article historicizes the rise of the Texas wind industry using the 2010 construction of the Roscoe Wind Farm in West Texas as a case study.
This article explores a short-lived but major natural gas boom in the area of McKeesport, Pennsylvania. The discovery and exploitation of natural gas resources often displays a boom and bust cycle characterized by a rush of investment and production followed by resource exhaustion and falling pr
At its birth in 1924 the French state endowed the Compagnie Française des Pétroles (CFP) with a quarter share of the Turkish (later Iraq) Petroleum Company. A joint venture between the big four American and British oil companies, IPC struck oil in Iraq three years later.