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June 4 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “IEA: Renewables Installations In 2023 Soar To Levels We’ve Never Seen” • The energy crisis in Europe, the US Inflation Reduction Act, and the continued strong expansion of green energy installations in China are all expected to contribute to the biggest-ever increase in renewable energy capacity additions this year, an IEA report says. [Oil Price]

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  • “The Rise Of China’s Clean Energy Sector And Its Global Dominance” • China is racing toward decarbonization at a rate that few could have predicted. Bloomberg recently said frenzied enthusiasm for solar power and EVs “suggests China is nearing an inflection point in its energy transition more than a half-decade before a 2030 target to peak emissions.” [Oil Price]
  • “Climate Change: Kashmir’s Agriculture And Horticulture Sectors At Risk” • In Jammu and Kashmir, unusual weather events, including heavy rain, thunderstorms, and lightning, have become more frequent. This is affecting crop productivity and fruit quality. Experts attribute the changes in the weather to climate change. [Ground Report]
  • “Tesla Model 3 Lifecycle Cost Nearly Matches The Cheapest Car In America!” • After price and incentive changes: “I decided to go against the cheapest car available in the US today, the 2023 Mitsubishi Mirage, selling for $16,245. With the Tesla Model 3 costing over twice as much up front, I didn’t really think it would be competitive, but I was wrong!” [CleanTechnica]
  • “Nebraska Renewable Energy Training Programs Struggle To Recruit Students Amid National Worker Shortage” • In Nebraska, Central Community College is teaching future workers in the renewable energy industry, offering wind, solar energy, and battery storage accreditation. There are not enough students. It is a common problem in the US. [Lincoln Journal Star]

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