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November 18 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Harley-Davidson’s New E-Bicycles Put The Pedal To The Pedal – CleanTechnica Interview” • Harley-Davidson is known for bigness, loudness, and brassiness. Last month, it surprised us when it unveiled its Serial 1 pedal assisted e-bicycle concept. Now the production models are here, and it’s a whole new ballgame for the century-old company. [CleanTechnica]

Harley-Davidson CTY eBicycle “RUSH” model (Courtesy of Serial 1)

  • “Greenland’s Glaciers Could Lose More Ice Than Previously Thought, Raising Concerns For Sea Level Rise” • A study shows Greenland’s ice is melting much faster than previously thought. Its authors warn their findings show that ice loss on Greenland could exceed even the worst-case projections. It was published in the journal Nature Communications. [CNN]
  • “Cummins Reveals Road Map To Carbon-Free Hydrogen Economy” • Cummins, an Indiana company known for its diesel and natural gas engine technologies, laid out its path into the hydrogen economy with plans to decarbonize transportation and other industrial sectors it serves while encouraging growth of renewable energy. [Heavy Duty Trucking]
  • “The Futuristic Cargo Ship Made Of Wood” • The shipping industry’s climate impact is large and growing, but a team in Costa Rica are making way for a clean shipping revolution with a cargo ship made of wood. The Ceiba is the first vessel built by Sail Cargo, a company trying to prove that zero-carbon shipping is possible, and commercially viable. [BBC]
  • “Johnson Unveils £12 Billion Plan For ‘Green Industrial Revolution’” • UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has taken the wraps off a £12 billion plan for a “green industrial revolution” that will support up to 250,000 jobs. Johnson’s ten point plan reiterates London’s policy pledge of 40 GW of offshore wind by 2030 and 60,000 sector jobs. [reNEWS]

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