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May 22 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Solar-Panel “Clustering” Coming To Scores Of Army Homes On Hawaii” • Lendlease Communities operates nearly 8,000 homes on Oahu, providing housing for military families through a partnership with the US Army. They are addressing local electric rates of 44¢/kWh with solar arrays that serve clusters of four to six homes. [CleanTechnica]

Island of Palms, Hawaii (Courtesy of Lendlease Communities)

  • “Spain’s Renewable Energy Powered The Entire Country For A 9-Hour Work Day” • Spain is among a handful of countries that lead the world in the push toward renewable energy. Last week it reached a new milestone. Energy generated from wind, sun, and water met the needs of mainland Spain from 10 am to 7 pm on Tuesday, El Pais reported. [Yahoo Sport UK]
  • “TotalEnergies’ Spanish PV Projects Pass EIA Test” • The Spanish Ministry of Energy Transition and Autonomous Communities gave TotalEnergies a favourable Environmental Impact Assessment for an estimated 3 GW of installed solar PV capacity. The first projects are expected to be coming on stream in early 2024. [reNews]
  • “Australia’s Renewable Superpower Ambitions Could Be Turbo-Charged By Biden Compact” • The new US-Australia Climate, Critical Minerals, and Clean Energy Transformation Compact agreed on by US President Biden and Australian Prime Minister Albanese provides a landmark policy statement of strategic intent. [Renew Economy]
  • “The Homeowner Basics Of Financing Solar PV Power For Residential Real Estate” • The Inflation Reduction Act, as well as other incentives have made residential solar energy systems more attractive for homeowners. Last year, the growth of residential solar in the US boomed, as residential solar projects grew by a “staggering” 40%. [CNBC]

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