- “UK Report Shows Promise Of 100% Clean Energy, Without Nuclear Power, By 2050” • A best-case scenario in which the UK fully transitions to renewable energy with no nuclear generation would save more than £100 billion (over $124 million) achieving net-zero by 2050 and produce 20% fewer carbon emissions, an analysis concludes. [Common Dreams]
- “Solarge Debuts Lightweight Fully Recyclable Solar Panels” • Solarge, based in the Netherlands, has introduced what it calls the world’s first 100% recyclable solar panel. It claims a number of advantages for the panels, including light weight, a negative carbon manufacturing footprint, non-toxic materials, and a recyclable design. [CleanTechnica]
- “Fleet Of Russian Spy Ships Has Been Gathering Intelligence In Nordic Waters, Investigation Finds” • Russia has a fleet of ships in Nordic waters. A joint investigation by the public broadcasters of Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland suggests they are spying as part of a program developing an ability to sabotage submarine cables and wind farms. [CNN]
- “Tesla Reduces US Prices For Sixth Time This Year! What Does That Mean?” • On Tuesday, Tesla reduced the price US customers will pay for certain models again. It is the sixth time this year that the company has done so. The big winners this time around are customers who want to buy or lease the best-selling Tesla Model Y, but other prices also fell. [CleanTechnica]
- “A Caribbean Island’s Quest To Become The World’s First Climate-Resilient Nation” • Dominica is one of the most disaster-vulnerable countries on Earth. It faces a choice of building resilience or a risk of being locked in an unsustainable cycle of destruction and rebuilding. So it is trying to become “the world’s first climate-resilient nation.” [BBC]
- “Renewables Is Scotland’s Biggest Economic Opportunity” • In Scottish Renewables’ fourth edition of its Supply Chain Impact Statement, 89% of renewable energy supply chain businesses said they think renewable energy is the largest economic opportunity for Scotland, while 94% said they have invested in upskilling as a result of clean power opportunities. [reNews]
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