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April 28 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Chalk Up Another Win For Invisible Solar Windows” • The dream of a truly see-through, colorless solar window is becoming real. That is bad news for fossil energy stakeholders, but great for the global energy transition. The technology replaces ordinary window glass with specially coated look-alikes that generate zero emission electricity. [CleanTechnica]

Solar windows (Courtesy of NEXT Energy Technologies)

  • “Drop In Wholesale Power Prices As Renewable Energy Generation From Wind And Solar Grows, AEMO Finds” • Surging renewable energy output has pushed fossil fuel-fired generation down to record low levels in Australia’s biggest electricity grid, triggering another big fall in wholesale prices, the Australian Energy Market Operator said. [ABC]
  • “China’s First Desert-Based Green Power Plant On Grid” • A renewable energy power project, one of the many being set up in the Gobi Desert and other arid regions, became the first to be connected to the electricity grid and started generating power on Tuesday, according to its operator China Energy Investment Corp. [China Daily – Global Edition]
  • “Solar Power And Farming: A Win–Win–Win–Win” • What about the combination of solar PV power and farming? Aren’t the crops and the solar panels going to compete for sunshine? Well, as you can see from the title, the answers indicate that solar power and agriculture are indeed a match made in heaven. Here are some of the details. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Livelihoods Of 255,000 American Families In Solar And Storage Industry Under Attack By House Republicans’ Proposal” • A group of lawmakers is attempting to reverse the Biden administration’s two-year pause on new solar tariffs and force companies to pay $1 billion in retroactive duties by using the Congressional Review Act. [CleanTechnica]

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