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Sweden was only a technical failure away from a terrorist bloodbath as the Scandinavian monarchy was hit by the first suicide bomber in the nation's history. Read more»

The world's first osmotic power prototype is situated at Tofte, one hour south of Oslo in Norway.

When Norwegian researchers started the hunt for new and revolutionary power sources more than a decade ago, they turned to their country's 155,000 miles of coastline. In 2009, Crown Princess Mette-Marit inaugurated the world's first seawater power plant. Read more»