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November 1 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Biden Campaign Appeals To Sportsmen And Women With New Ad; Highlights Decline In Ruffed Grouse, Attacks Trump On Forest Service Budget Cuts” • One of Joe Biden’s new campaign ads clearly aims to appeal to a group of people who are largely Republicans. And it can point to multiple members of the GOP who endorse Biden. [The Dominion Post]

Ruffed grouse (West Virginia Department of Commerce)

  • “French Government Puts US Gas Imports on Ice” • A move by one of Europe’s largest energy companies shows both markets and governments are beginning factor methane emissions into business decisions. France’s Engie ended a commitment to a long-term $7 billion liquefied natural gas import contract with NextDecade Corp. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Renewable Energy Start-Up Working On Sustainable Solution Of Stubble Burning” • A renewable energy start-up, Verve, works on ways to convert stubble into a substantial source of income and energy for farmers in parts of India. In a video, co-founder and CEO Suvrat Khanna talked about a solution to a cause of severe pollution. [Yahoo India News]
  • “Swing State Arizona Grapples With Deadly Heat” • Even with the pandemic and the economic catastrophe it triggered, polls find that Americans increasingly cite the climate emergency as a major concern. That’s especially true in regions like the Phoenix area, where the crisis is already having deadly effects. Climate change has become a voter issue. [The Guardian]
  • “This Energy Company Is Leading The Way To A Green Future” • NextEra Energy has more development projects in its renewable energy pipeline than the entire existing production capacity of any company in the world. Now, its management has its sights on the next frontier: The potentially massive green hydrogen market. [Motley Fool]

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