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May 30 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “The ‘Exploding’ Demand For Giant Heat Pumps” • Heat pumps made by MAN Energy Solutions are among the largest in the world. With a heating capacity of up to 48 MW, one of them could heat thousands of homes. We are in a time of urgent need to end the use of fossil fuels, especially in Europe. “The demand for district heating is exploding.” [BBC]

Industrial-sized heat pump (MAN Energy Solutions)

  • “United Nations Security Council To Discuss Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant” • A UN Security Council Meeting on the situation around the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant will take place on Tuesday to discuss ways to protect the station. Director General of the IAEA Rafael Grossi will deliver a report on the current situation. [UrduPoint]
  • “New Debt Limit Deal Commits To Speeding Up Energy Projects” • US financial markets breathed a sigh of relief after negotiators from Democratic and Republican parties reached an agreement to raise the debt limit. Among its key provisions, the new deal will make it easier for both fossil fuel and renewable energy projects to get licenses. [Yahoo Finance]
  • “US Renewables Body Hails Debt Ceiling Deal” • US renewable energy industry group the American Clean Power Association has hailed the compromise deal to raise the country’s debt ceiling. President Joe Biden has been negotiating with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to allow the US Federal Government to borrow more than the current $31.4 trillion cap. [reNews]
  • “An EV Drive Unit Built Without Rare Earth Minerals” • Vitesco Technologies came up with a really cool EV drive unit design. What really sets it apart from other designs is that it doesn’t depend on rare earth minerals and permanent magnets. The unit also has certain advantages for efficiency because it does not have permanent magnets. [CleanTechnica]

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