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December 31 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “NanoFlocell Wants To Sell Flow Battery Cars In The US” • In the past, flow batteries were too bulky and heavy to be of much use for EVs, but that’s changing. A new concept from nanoFlocell is a sports car called the Quantino 25. Its flow battery will take it from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.5 seconds. And it has a range 1,200 miles! [CleanTechnica]

Quantino 25 (Courtesy of nanoFlowcell)

  • “2024 Tesla Next-Generation Vehicle Should Sell For $12,500 After US Tax Credit” • Paul Fosse explains why Tesla’s the next generation car will be much less expensive than expected. His calculations show that Tesla can make a compact EV in Mexico or the US for $16,000 and sell in the US for $20,000, with people getting a full $7,500 tax credit. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Experts Push For Crop Diversification To Deal With Climate Change” • The need for crop diversification to deal with climate change and enhance the nutritional value of food was stressed by experts at a workshop at Dr Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry in India. They cited a need for broad agreement on climate change. [The Statesman]
  • “Intel Committed To Greenhouse Gas Reduction And Circular Economy In 2022” • Earlier this year, we missed two news items from chip giant Intel. Taken alone, each sounds like a small news bite, a lot like what every large corporation is supposed to say these days. But, these two announcements fit together to be something bigger than that. [CleanTechnica]
  • “‘The Brink Of Disaster’: 2023 Is A Critical Year For The Colorado River As Reservoirs Sink Toward ‘Dead Pool’” • After decades of overuse and human-caused climate change, demand for the Colorado River’s water vastly outpaces its supply. Officials must find a way to keep the largest manmade reservoirs in the US filled to at least minimum levels. [CNN]

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