Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

November 30 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Tropical Cyclones In Asia Could Have Double The Destructive Power By The End Of Century, Study Finds” • Tropical cyclones in Asia could grow to have double the destructive power by the end of the century, according to research based on data from 1979 to 2016. Scientists say the human-made climate crisis has already made them stronger. [CNN]

Stormy weather (Neenu Vimalkumar, Unsplash)

  • “Japanese Island Will Reduce Power Sector Emissions To ‘Virtually Zero’ With Renewable Microgrid” • A tiny island in southern Japan, surrounded by a coral reef, will be able to use renewable energy as its main source of power, thanks to a microgrid with battery technology at its heart. CO₂ emissions will be “virtually zero.” [Energy Storage News]
  • “Nissan Will Invest $18 Billion To Bring New EVs (And More Hybrids) To Market” • Nissan announced it has a new plan for its EVs. It is going to invest $18 billion over the next five years to bring out more electrified models. It says it will introduce fifteen battery EVs and eight models that feature the company’s ePower hybrid technology by 2030. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Landmark Green-Energy Exchange For Water Seen As A Win-Win For Israel And Arab Partners” • Israel, Jordan, and the UAE signed an energy-water deal that would see Israel supplied with renewable electricity from a 600-MW solar plant in Jordan in exchange for up to 200 million cubic meters of desalinated water from Israel. [Jewish News Syndicate]
  • “Stellantis Signs Lithium Supply Agreement With Vulcan Energy” • Stellantis signed a binding agreement with Vulcan for lithium hydroxide in Europe for use in EVs, beginning in 2026. A Vulcan project in the Upper Rhine Valley uses geothermal energy to produce battery-quality lithium hydroxide from brine, with no fossil fuels used. [Renewable Energy Magazine]

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