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October 6 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Clean Trucks Rules Are Good For New Jersey” • A report shows that zero-emission trucks and buses will cut pollutants in New Jersey, protect lives, and provide $11.6 billion in societal benefits to the state over the next 30 years through a Clean Trucks New Jersey program. To maximize the benefits, parts of the program need to be adopted this year. [CleanTechnica]

Volvo electric truck (Image courtesy Volvo Trucks)

  • “Electric Car Sales Surge In UK As Fossil Fuel Car Sales Slump” • Battery EVs took a record slice of the UK new car market in September. According to a report earlier here on CleanTechnica, nearly 33,000 pure electric cars were registered in the UK last month. That is almost 50% more than were sold during the same time last year, The Guardian adds. [CleanTechnica]
  • “America’s Offshore Oil Infrastructure Is Aging” • After a leak in a pipeline sent as much as 144,000 gallons of oil gushing into the ocean off the coast of California, experts pointed to another growing problem: America’s offshore oil and gas infrastructure is aging, and becoming ever more vulnerable to accidents, natural disasters, and stronger hurricanes. [CNN]
  • “Mitsubishi Power To Build Hydrogen Infrastructure Across US West, Other Regions: CFO” • Mitsubishi Power Americas has ambitious plans to develop hydrogen projects in the US, starting with its major project in Delta, Utah. The company hopes can bring down technology costs through economies of scale, the company’s CFO said. [S&P Global]
  • “How Much Money Does Renewable Energy Make For Rural Utah’s Economy? It’s More Than You’d Think” • A Colorado-based conservative organization promoting the West says the political “right” needs to own environmental problems, identify solutions, and better promote how real change is transforming the energy economy. [Deseret News]

For more news, please visit geoharvey – Daily News about Energy and Climate Change.

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