- “Florida Picks Up After Nicole Kills At Least 5 And Leaves ‘Unprecedented’ Damage To Daytona-Area Coastline” • As Nicole moved north, Floridians are picking up the pieces. It killed at least five people and ripped apart buildings with its dangerous storm surge and powerful winds. Many were still recovering from Hurricane Ian when Nicole hit. [CNN]
- “Africa Pursues Green Hydrogen For Fossil-Free Economic Growth” • Fossil fuels have been getting high prices, but their age is ending. Green hydrogen is an alternative energy source getting ready for the market. The new hydrogen hotspot is Africa, where two massive, integrated green hydrogen and ammonia projects are taking shape. [CleanTechnica]
- “Tesla Model Y Dominated European Car Sales In September” • Automotive market intelligence company JATO posted the results of the September 2022 car sales data for Europe. The data show that in September the Tesla Model Y topped the sales chart for all cars for the first time since it was launched in Europe in August of 2021. [CleanTechnica]
- “Vermont Officials Poised To Review Renewable Energy Policy” • Advocates of net metering want Vermont to consider raising compensation for solar producers. In contrast to this, utilities say the current compensation rates are not sustainable. The Vermont Department of Public Service is about to embark on a review of net metering. [WCAX]
- “First Global Estimates For Road Transportation GHG Leveraging AI And Satellite Images” • Scientists at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, have leveraged artificial intelligence and machine learning to produce accurate estimates for road transportation emissions of the top 500 emitting cities worldwide. [CleanTechnica]
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