- “Thousands Of NJ’s Affordable Homes Under Threat From Climate Change Flooding” • Sunny Day flooding is a constant, creeping threat in Atlantic City. These days, it only takes a particularly high tide for water to spill onto the city’s streets. The highest tides reach more than a foot higher than they did a century ago. The problem is common in New Jersey. [NBC 10 Philadelphia]
- “Arctech Solar Provides Trackers To Largest Single-Site Renewable Energy Project” • Arctech Solar, a solar mounting system company, provided the tracking mounts to a 3.2-GW solar park in the Qinghai province of China. The project was recently connected to the grid. The tracking mounts increase the site’s efficiency. [Solar Industry]
- “Solid State Batteries – They’re Everywhere! They’re Everywhere!” • Solid state battery technology is supposed to give us lower priced EVs with more range and faster charging times. All of a sudden, in the labs, they are like Chicken Man. They’re everywhere! They’re everywhere! But they have to make it from the lab to the road. [CleanTechnica]
- “Climate Change: UK To End Aid For Fossil Fuel Projects Abroad” • The government of the UK has announced that it will end direct support for overseas fossil fuel projects, as the UK hosts a key climate summit. The move means the UK will no longer provide export finance or aid funding for oil, gas, or coal projects. [BBC News]
- “A Carbon Price In Canada Of C$170 By 2030 Is Great Climate News” • Today, Canada’s federal government dropped its new climate change plan, led by a very big number: C$170 ($133) per ton of CO₂ as a carbon price by 2030. This is excellent news, and let’s hope it persists in the face of inevitable opposition. Here is a look at what this means. [CleanTechnica]
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