- “How Beavers Could Help The Colorado River Survive Future Droughts” • Beavers are natural engineers, instinctively building dams and canals. A growing movement of nonprofits, experts, and government agencies see a potential to take learn beavers’ natural engineering prowess to capture more water for the places that desperately need it. [ABC News]
- “Largest Battery Energy Storage Facility Up In Northern Philippines” • The Philippines is now set to become one of the world’s leaders in the Battery Energy Storage System with a facility that has 1000 MW of capacity, according to officials of SMGP. The BESS is in the historic province of Bataan, 127 km (78 miles) from the capital city Manila. [CleanTechnica]
- “Polluting Planes And Ships Get Green Investment Label From EU” • Planes and ships that run on fossil fuels could be given ‘green’ investment status as the EU Commission published its updated list of sustainable investments. Investments in more ‘efficient’ planes and ships would qualify as green, regardless of their use of fossil fuels. [CleanTechnica]
- “Tesla Cuts US Prices For Fifth Time Since January” • Tesla cut prices in the US between 2% and nearly 6%, its website showed on Thursday, as the company extends a discount drive on its EVs that analysts caution could hurt profitability. The company has cut the price of its base Model 3 by a cumulative 11% since the start of the year. [CNN]
- “Invoke Eminent Domain, Marshall Plan For Renewable Energy, Said JP Morgan Ceo” • In a letter to shareholders, JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon recognized that the window for action to avert the costliest effects of global climate change is closing. He voiced support for nonpartisan permit reform for renewables development. [pv magazine USA]
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