- “Investors And Graduates Flock To The UK’s Burgeoning Windfarms” • The UK is pursuing an ambitious plan for offshore wind power. It will require an average of one wind turbine to be installed every weekday for ten years, £50 billion of investment from the private-sector, and many workers. [The Guardian]
- “New York Pathways To Bus And Truck Electrification” • To achieve New York’s ambitious climate and clean energy goals outlined in the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, New York needs to aggressively reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector, the largest source of emissions in the state. [CleanTechnica]
- “Electric Cars Cost Less To Own – Consumer Reports Agrees With Us” • For years, CleanTechnica has been publishing stories showing that as electric car technology has improved, the “total cost of ownership” comparisons have become increasingly compelling. Now, analysis published by Consumer Reports agrees. EVs save a lot of money. [CleanTechnica]
- “On Wednesday, Mike Pence Downplayed Hurricanes. Last Night, Delta Proved Him Wrong” • In the debate, Mike Pence minimized the extreme weather taking place across the the US this year, claiming, “there are no more hurricanes today than there were 100 years ago.” Then Delta arrived, just one of the record-breaking events of the year. [Mother Jones]
- “Tesla And Fastned Join Forces To Build Germany’s Largest Fast Charging Station” • The Rhine–Ruhr region would be the second-largest metropolitan area in the USA if it were situated there. Some 13 million people live in its cities. But compared to the Netherlands or California, it is a charging desert. That is changing. [CleanTechnica]
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