Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

October 26 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “World Is In Its ‘First Truly Global Energy Crisis,’ Says IEA Chief” • Tightening markets for liquefied natural gas worldwide and major oil producers cutting supply have put the world in the middle of “the first truly global energy crisis,” the head of the International Energy Agency said. Soaring global prices are hammering consumers. [CNN]

Oil rig (Arvind Vallabh, Unsplash)

  • “Rising Sea Levels Spell Disaster For America’s Coastal Nuclear Plants” • With sea level rise, nuclear plants are increasingly threatened by flooding. Serious and swift mitigation plans are clearly needed to make sure that aging nuclear infrastructure can safely stand up to storm surges and extreme weather. But nuclear advocates say there is plenty of time. [Yahoo Finance]
  • “Russia Doing ‘Secret Work At Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant’ Amid ‘Dirty Bomb’ Claims” • Russian forces were doing secret work at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, Ukraine’s nuclear energy operator said. Fears are rising the Kremlin might intend to make Zaporizhzhia the site of its alleged false flag operation involving a nuclear device. [Euronews]
  • “China Building World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm At 43.3 GW” • Chaozhou, a city in Guangdong province, has revealed ambitious plans for a 43.3 GW facility in an unusually windy area of the Taiwan Strait. Operating between 75 and 185 kilometers off the coast of Chiuna, the offshore wind farm will have thousands of powerful turbines. [CleanTechnica]

Offshore wind farm (Courtesy of the European Commission)

  • “Doctors Decry ‘Record Profits’ For Fossil Fuel Companies As Climate Change Weighs On Global Health” • Doctors are taking aim at the fossil fuels industry, placing blame for the world’s most dire health problems on companies seek oil and gas profits even as climate change worsens heat waves, intensifies flooding and roils people’s mental health. [NBC News]
  • “Thomas Built Buses Celebrates 200th Proterra Powered Electric School Bus Delivery” • Thomas Built Buses achieved a big milestone. The company has delivered its 200th Proterra Powered Saf-T-Liner C2 Jouley battery-electric school bus. The 200th electric school bus went to Monroe County Public Schools in Indiana. [CleanTechnica]

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