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April 29 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Sixteen States, DC, And Environmental Groups Sue USPS Over Gas-Powered Trucks” • Attorneys general from sixteen states and the District of Columbia, along with a coalition of environmental groups, are suing the US Postal Service in an effort to stop the purchase of thousands of gasoline-powered trucks instead of electric trucks. [CNN]

USPS delivery trucks (Sam LaRussa, Unsplash)

  • “Xlinks wants CFD support for UK-Morocco link” • Xlinks is in talks with the UK government about possible Contract for Difference support for a project that would link power generated at a solar and wind facility with storage in Morocco to the UK. The project aims to cover connect 3,800 km (2,361 mi) of HVDC subsea cables, the company said. [reNews]
  • “Trillions In Unpaid Health And Environmental Costs” • The five biggest oil majors in Europe pocketed €47 billion – mostly in profit for shareholders and management – in 2021, taking their total profits to €850 billion since 1993, a study shows. The study also shows that their pollution, public health effects, and carbon emissions total €13 trillion. [CleanTechnica]
  • “FPL Package Deal – EV Charger, Installation, And Unlimited Off Peak Charging For $38 A Month” • Florida Power & Light has a deal for EV drivers that sounds rather tempting. For just $38 a month, it will install an EV charger at your home and provide unlimited off-peak electricity to charge your car for one low fee. A ten year contract is required. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Biden-Harris Administration Advances Three Transmission Projects To Connect More Clean Energy To The Grid” • The Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management announced significant milestones on three transmission projects that will potentially carry 10,000 MW of renewable energy across the West. [US Department of the Interior]

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