Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

October 1 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Redonda: Tiny Caribbean Island’s Transformation To Wildlife Haven” • The incredible eco-restoration of one tiny Caribbean island, transformed from desolate rock to verdant wildlife haven in just a few years, has become a focus for the imaginations of environmentalists worldwide. Today, Redonda is a vibrant home for dozens of threatened species. [BBC]

Redonda (Mike Appleton, Re:wild)

  • “Taipower Touts Local Wind Power Progress” • As of August, power generated from Taiwan’s wind turbines this year reached 2.89 TWh, 94.1% more than the same period last year, Taipower said. In July, total storage capacity for wind turbine-generated power grew to 2.25 GWh, more than three times the 671 MWh in July 2016, the company said. [Taipei Times]
  • “Wrightbus Bags Contract Which Could See 150 Hydrogen Buses Sold To Nuclear Power Plant” • Wrightbus has secured a contract which could see 150 hydrogen buses sold to the Sizewell C nuclear plant in Suffolk. The site has ordered four double deck Hydroliners to test. If the test buses are successful, Sizewell C will order up to 150 buses. [Business Live]
  • “Runaway Costs Create Uncertain Future For Offshore Wind Projects In CT and Other Northeast States” • Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont and other Northeast governors, warned the Biden administration of escalating costs that could stall any new wind farm proposals. They blame inflation and supply chain problems. [CT Insider]

Turbine going to sea (Avangrid press photo by Worldview Films)

  • “54% Of Portugal’s Electricity Is Now Generated By Renewable Energy” • Portugal has made significant strides in integrating renewable energy sources into its electricity generation. The country has taken advantage of solar power, tidal power wind generation, and hydroelectric power plants. Portugal is using no coal and no nuclear power. [The Portugal News]
  • “One Of America’s Reddest States Wants 100% Green Energy – If Dams Count As Green” • It’s a battle that scrambles traditional political alliances, with US Rep Mike Simpson, a Republican from Idaho, leading the push to remove four dams on the Lower Snake River, while leading Democrats, such as Washington Gov Jay Inslee, urge caution. [The Lawton Constitution]

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