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August 11 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “UN Security Council To Discuss Ukraine Nuclear Plant Crisis” • The UN Security Council will hold an emergency meeting to address the crisis at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex. Kyiv and Moscow have accused each other of having bombed the power plant. A source in the Security Council presidency said that the meeting would be on 11 August. [RTE]


UN Building, New York (Mike Peel, CC-BY-SA 4.0)

  • “G7 Demands Russia Return Control Of Zaporizhzhia Plant To Kyiv” • The foreign ministers of the Group of Seven nations demanded that Russia return control of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant and all other nuclear facilities within its borders to Kyiv to ensure their safe operation. Some 500 Russian soldiers are using the facility as a base. [UPI]
  • “Norwegian Battery Maker “Accelerating” US Development Due To Inflation Reduction Act” • The Inflation Reduction Act hasn’t even made it through Congress yet, hasn’t been signed into law by Joe Biden yet, is still in the “hot news” category, yet companies are already responding and accelerating business development plans! [CleanTechnica]
  • “Ohio Court Rules Icebreaker Can Proceed” • The proposed six-turbine Icebreaker offshore wind project in Lake Erie has received a favourable decision from the Ohio Supreme Court which has ruled the project may proceed. The court held the Ohio Power Siting Board properly issued a permit that allows the project to move ahead. [reNews]

Building a wind turbine in Lake Erie (LEEDco image)

  • “Understanding The New Federal Tax Credit For Electric Cars: It’s Complicated” • The US government has become intent on speeding up the transition to clean energy and transportation. The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 is meant to put some federal policy muscle into that process, but it has changed the incentive structure considerably. [CleanTechnica]
  • “CEC Adopts Historic California Offshore Wind Goals, Enough To Power Upwards Of 25 Million Homes” • The California Energy Commission adopted a report establishing offshore wind goals . Preliminary findings in the report set planning goals of 2,000-5,000 MW of offshore wind by 2030 and 25,000 MW by 2045. [California Energy Commission]
  • “Ford Makes Largest Purchase Of Renewable Energy From A Utility In American History” • Ford Motor Company took a major step towards its renewable energy goal. It announced the largest renewable energy purchase ever made in the US from a utility, 650 MW of renewably generated electricity from DTE Energy, which is based in Michigan. [Jalopnik]

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