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October 31 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Cars Are Canceling Out San Diego’s Progress On Renewable Energy” • San Diego has made enormous strides toward getting more of its electricity from renewable sources such as wind and solar in recent years. But, according to the city’s latest inventory of greenhouse gas emissions, that progress is being canceled out by pollution from cars and trucks. [KPBS]

San Diego (Gabe Pierce, Unsplash)

  • “Scania Brings New Energy By Offering Next-Level Electric Trucks” • Scania unveiled its cutting-edge line of regional electric trucks with zero emissions in June 2022, and the manufacturing process is set to commence in Södertälje, Sweden. The trucks boast a power of 400 or 450 kW, perfectly suited for a wide range of truck applications. [CleanTechnica]
  • “World Bank Warns Oil Prices Could Reach $150 A Barrel” • Oil prices could rise to more than $150 a barrel if the conflict in the Middle East escalates, according to the World Bank, with big rises in energy and food prices. For now oil prices remain steady at around $90 a barrel and are predicted to fall, but the Bank warns that this outlook could quickly reverse. [BBC]
  • “BOEM Designates Four Wind Energy Areas In Gulf Of Mexico, Power To 3 Million Homes” • As part of the Biden-Harris administration’s goal of deploying 30 GW of offshore windpower capacity by 2030, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management announced it has finalized four new Wind Energy Areas in the Gulf of Mexico. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Here’s How Foundations Are Bringing Solar To Lower-Income Communities” • The rooftop solar industry is booming, but far too few lower-income Americans have benefited. Now a growing number of charitable foundations are stepping up to redress that injustice, using different ways to bring the benefits of solar to the communities that need it most. [Canary Media]

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