- “Switching The Whole World To Renewable Energy Could Pay For Itself In Just Six Years, Study Says” • Transitioning nearly the entire world to an efficient and renewable energy system would cost nearly $62 trillion, according to the analysis by researchers at Stanford University. Nevertheless, the transition would pay for itself in six years. [Yahoo News]
- “Tesla Model Y Is Safest Automobile In Europe – Euro NCAP” • Tesla has long topped the charts in the USA when it comes to detailed breakdowns of NHTSA safety analyses. Four Tesla models have been rated as the safest US cars. Now Tesla has taken the #1 spot in Europe as well, with the Model Y. It got the best score ever recorded in Europe. [CleanTechnica]
- “The Clean Hydrogen Energy Economy Was A Dream. The Climate Bill Could Make It A Reality This Decade” • A tax credit in the Inflation Reduction Act could enable the nascent clean hydrogen industry to turn into a multitrillion-dollar business in the coming decades. The IRA could catalyze a new category of companies looking to use clean hydrogen. [CNBC]
- “Clean Energy Projects Surge Following Passage Of Climate Bill” • The Inflation Reduction Act provides $369 for climate and energy spending. Since the passage of the bill, a number of US companies have released plans for costly clean energy projects, The New York Times reported. This is part of a global trend toward renewable energy investment. [EcoWatch]
- “Jeep Unveils 3 New Battery Electric Models” • Stellantis has announced three new Jeep battery EVs that will be coming to market soon. Together they will help the parent company transition to selling 100% battery electric passenger vehicles in Europe and 50% passenger car and light duty trucks in the US by end of 2030. [CleanTechnica]
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