- “US Opposition’s Big Climate Plan Includes Studying The Risky Idea Of Blocking Out The Sun” • Democrats on the US House Select Committee for the Climate Crisis put out their big old climate plan. One thing the plan includes is geoengineering. Controversially, that could mean using tiny particles to reflect sunlight back into space. [Gizmodo UK]
- “Zero-Emissions Trucks Are The Future: Let’s Do This” • California’s zero-emissions rule is a timetable for eliminating emissions from trucking. Instead of fighting the rule, the trucking industry has an historic opportunity to tackle the problem of emissions from freight and transform its operations into a clean supply chain. [CleanTechnica]
- “How New Flood Risk Maps Could Undermine Marginalized Neighborhoods” • New flood maps illustrate a racial disparity: In two-thirds of states, minority neighborhoods shoulder more undisclosed flood risk than the state average. That gap could have significant ramifications for citizens in those areas to access financial resources. [Quartz]
- “Tepco To Reuse Chinese EV Batteries For Energy Storage” • Japanese utility Tokyo Electric Power Co Holdings will launch a storage battery business utilizing used electric-vehicle batteries from China, Nikkei has learned. The plan is to assemble used batteries into a containerized energy storage system to assist renewable-energy plants. [Nikkei Asian Review]
- “Green Hydrogen Bubbles Up Under US Distributed Wind Scheme” • The DOE is determined to stimulate more activity in the area of distributed wind power, and if all goes according to plan that could mean good news for fans of green hydrogen. The hydrogen angle could help smaller-scale wind owners squeeze more energy from their turbines. [CleanTechnica]
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