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August 29 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Will Biden’s Big Clean Energy Bet Help The US Catch China?” • The US seems well on its path to green energy. President Joe Biden recently signed the biggest clean energy investment in US history into law. The package includes $370 billion in subsidies for renewable energy, EVs, etc. Nevertheless, compared to China, the US efforts look modest. [Oil Price]

Wind turbines (Tyler Casey, Unsplash)

  • “Vehicle-To-Grid Trials Taking Place In Massachusetts And New York” • Electric school buses are ideal candidates for use in V2G applications. They sit idle during the day when schools are in session, which allows them to soak up lots of excess electricity generated mid-day when the output from solar power plants is highest. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Spain’s Olive Oil Producers Devastated By The Worst Ever Drought” • The fertile plains full of olive trees that stretch across southern Spain have made the country the world’s biggest producer of olive oil, accounting for around half of the global supply. This year’s yield is down by around a third already – and there’s still no sign of rain. [BBC]
  • “Investors Register 17 GW Of Renewable Energy Projects For Illawarra REZ” • Renewable energy investors have proposed 44 clean energy projects totalling more than 17 GW of generation and storage capacity for a coordinated renewable energy zone to be established in the Illawarra region on the New South Wales south coast. [pv magazine Australia]
  • “Cape Cod Offshore Wind Moves Ahead, Despite Controversy” • Fierce opponents of Cape Cod offshore wind have held their ground over decades. But, remarkably, the project is underway for a 35-mile offshore transmission cable serving Vineyard Wind. The change is attributed to an ongoing effort to talk with the residents one-on-one. [CleanTechnica]

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