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October 7 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “How To Bring More Clean Energy Into Our Homes” • What if you could help combat climate change from your home without lifting a finger, and reduce your climate emissions to zero? RMI released a blueprint for how regulators, policymakers, utilities, and solutions providers can support every American in bringing clean energy home. [CleanTechnica]

Home to make net-zero (Scott Webb, Unsplash)

  • “Accelerate Renewables To Reduce Power Costs” • The Front-Loading Net Zero report says that electricity production costs could be reduced by up to 50% by 2050 if countries and states adopt 100% renewable systems faster than currently planned. The renewable energy would be mainly wind and solar photovoltaic, backed up by energy storage systems. [reNews]
  • “High Natural Gas Prices Will Hurt Low-Income Americans This Winter” • Prices for natural gas, the most common way to heat homes, are at their highest level in the last seven years. If it’s a cold winter, prices could go even higher. For struggling families and low-income Americans, the cost will make heat a necessity they can no longer afford. [CNN]
  • “New Tesla Megapack Factory Will Create 1,000 To 2,000 Jobs” • Tesla will reportedly bring 1,000 jobs to the San Joaquin County area of California with its new Megafactory. The plan for later on includes an additional 1,000 jobs. Tesla is sold out of Megapacks through the end of next year, and the new factory will help Tesla meet the high demand. [CleanTechnica]
  • “General Motors, GE Renewable Energy To Develop Materials Supply Chain To Support EVs” • GM and GE Renewable Energy announced signing a non-binding MOU to evaluate ways to improve supplies of heavy and light rare earth materials and magnets, copper, and electrical steel used for making of EVs and renewable energy equipment. [Autobody News]

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