Energyinelections.Wordpress.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Energyinelections.Wordpress.Com related to Nuclear. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Nuclear.

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All Media Count   4
News Count (W/Clustered)   0 (0.00%)
Distinct Stories   0
Blog Count   3 (75.00%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   -1.33
Combined Polarization   6.36
Combined Activity   0.45
Combined Personalization   0.45
News Tone   0
Blog Tone   -1.33
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   3/11/2012
Last Seen   3/24/2012
News/Social Ratio  0.00%
Attention/Loyalty  2 / 2956 days (0.07%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Nicolas Sarkozy   50.00% (2)
Michle Rivasi   25.00% (1)
Michel Havard   25.00% (1)
Jean-Luc Bennahmias   25.00% (1)
Martine Billard   25.00% (1)

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International Energy Agency   25.00% (1)
Sciences Po Environment   25.00% (1)


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Flamanville, Basse-Normandie, France   25.00% (1)

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Energyinelections.Wordpress.Com   75.00% (3)

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The truth about leaving nuclear energy behind « energyinelections

...... If France is heading for a future without nuclear energy, the French should at least know what they're in for. A year has passed since Japan shut down most of its nuclear facilities, following the Fukushima accident that led to European countries questioning their dependence on nuclear energy. As surprising as it may seem to those who see this as a step towards a greener future, it has been a ......

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Pol: 4.73%
Act: 24.16%
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Shale Gas in France « energyinelections

...... French chemical companies are urging presidential hopefuls to permit shale gas exploration and keep on with nuclear energy. They claim that higher energy prices would diminish the industrys competitiveness. French chemical production is likely to increase by 1.8% this year even though economic growth in Europe is slowing down. However, the chemical companies say that high labour costs coupled ......

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Pol: 5.47%
Act: 24.09%
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Sciences Po Paris set to host a debate on the future of Frances nuclear energy « energyinelections

...... by Sciences Po Environment this Wednesday (the 14th): "Sortir du nucleaire ?" (Leaving nuclear behind?). The topic was chosen in order to shed light on the presidential debate on nuclear energy, and they are hoping to get a clear picture of how the parties each reached their conclusions. They asked me to moderate this debate, which I found terrifying and exciting at the same time; ......

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Pol: 8.87%
Act: 23.77%
Per: 0.66%
Que: 6.45%
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