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May 9 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Can It Be True? Florida’s Climate Resilience Plan Is Real?” • The Environmental Defense Fund has come out in favor of Florida’s new legislation that advances the prioritization of climate resilience. Moving through the Senate with unanimous House approval, this bill exemplifies a bipartisan effort to build climate and flood resilience in Florida. [CleanTechnica]

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  • “A Major Greenland Glacier Is Melting Away With The Tide, Which Could Signal Faster Sea Level Rise, Study Finds” • A major glacier in northwest Greenland is interacting with the ocean tides, scientists reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. This resulted in previously unaccounted-for melting and potentially faster sea level rise. [CNN]
  • “Electrogenic Expands Its Range Of Drop-In, Plug-And-Play EV Conversion Kits” • UK-based Electrogenic wants to make the process of converting fueled vehicles to EVs fast and seamless, to speed up the conversion to EVs, by offering drop-in, plug-and-play kits for popular vehicles such as the Land Rover Defenders, Porsche 911s, and Jaguar E-Types. [CleanTechnica]
  • “NextEra Partners To Sell Gas Pipeline Assets In Renewables Shift” • NextEra Energy Partners LP announced it will divest its natural gas pipeline stakes as it gives up its non-renewables business to capitalize on the transition to clean energy. Proceeds will be spent on buying out shares to transform NextEra Energy Partners’ capital base into 100% renewables. [Rigzone]
  • “AES Unveils Long-Term Strategy To Ditch Coal And Triple Renewables” • American power utility AES has announced a long-term strategy to exit completely from coal by the end of 2025 and triple its renewables portfolio by 2027. AES will add 25 to 30 GW in solar, wind, and energy storage across its power generation portfolio. [Power Technology]

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