Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

September 1 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Scientists Are Asked If Humans Have Broken The Earth’s Climate” • Is 2023 the year humans finally broke the climate? The Guardian recently asked 45 climate scientists. In general, they said that, despite feeling events have taken a frightening turn, the global heating seen to date is entirely in line with three decades of scientific predictions. [CleanTechnica]

Emissions (Brendan O’Donnell, Unsplash)

  • “Georgia Power, State Regulators Agree To Division Of Vogtle Nuclear Plant Costs” • The Public Interest Advocacy Staff of Georgia Public Service Commission and Georgia Power reached an agreement that could result in Georgia Power customers not being saddled with $2.6 billion in overrun capital costs for the Plant Vogtle expansion. [Georgia Recorder]
  • “How Idalia’s Final Moments Dramatically Altered Its Impact On Florida And Prevented A Worse Disaster” • Hurricane Idalia caused “significant damage” as it ripped into Florida’s Big Bend with 125 mph winds and a record storm surge. But the storm’s evolution before landfall, and lucky timing with the tides, likely prevented an even worse disaster. [CNN]
  • “A Symbol Of Courage And Invincibility: DTEK Completes Wind Farm Despite War” • DTEK Group is the largest private investor in Ukraine’s energy sector, and DTEK Renewables manages its renewable energy assets. After Russia invaded, staff worked to build a six-turbine wind farm in bullet-proof vests. Now they have completed it. [POWER Magazine]
  • “Arizona Public Service Signs PPA For CO Bar Solar Power And Battery Storage” • Clenera, a company specializing in solar farms and energy storage, signed a 20-year power purchase agreement with Arizona Public Service, Arizona’s largest utility, for 258 MW of solar and 824 MWh of battery storage at the CO Bar complex outside of Flagstaff. [Solar Industry]

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