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April 17 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Scientists Confirm Long Held Theory About What Inspired Monet” • Claude Monet was a founder of Impressionism. A team of scientists looked at over 100 works he and the earlier British painter Joseph Mallord William Turner painted, with the goal of finding whether their paintings capture the increasingly polluted skies of the Industrial Revolution. [CNN]

Studying a Monet painting (Liza Rusalskaya, Unsplash)

  • “G7 Targets 1 TW Of Solar To Speed Up Renewable Energy Transition” • Ministers from the G7 states and representatives of the EU, wrapped up a meeting in Japan with an agreement to ramp up the total amount of solar power generation to more than 1 TW by 2030 as part of plans to speed up the clean energy transition. [pv magazine Australia]
  • “Indian Railways Awards 960 MW Of Round-The-Clock Renewable Power Project” • Railways Energy Management Company Limited reportedly allocated 960 MW of renewable capacity to four companies. The winners are required to supply round-the-clock renewable power to Indian Railways, REMCL’s parent company. [CleanTechnica]
  • “The First All-Electric Concrete Mixer In The UK Shows A Pathway To Low Carbon Logistics” • Heavy trucks are used for several applications that are just perfect for electrification. Some of these trucks are built for specific applications, such as tippers and cranes. As pillars of the construction industry, concrete mixers offer an exciting prospect. [CleanTechnica]
  • “‘It Buys Us Time’: Great Salt Lake Is Still At A High Risk Of Disappearing After Epic Snow, Scientists Warn” • Three months ago, nearly three dozen scientists and conservationists sounded the alarm that the Great Salt Lake in Utah faces “unprecedented danger” and required immediate “emergency measures.” Heavy winter snow bought a little time. [CNN]

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