Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

November 17 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Hydrogen Aircraft Brings Low Emissions Flight To The Skies” • Australian Government funding is helping startup AMSL Aero to develop a new hydrogen-powered aircraft named Vertiia. The Sydney business received $5.43 million under the Australian Renewable Energy Agency’s Advancing Renewables Program after a prototype was developed. [energy.gov.au]

Vertiia by AMSL Aero (AMSL Aero image)

  • “UK Government Announces It Will Increase Maximum Price Paid For Renewable Power” • The UK Government announced it will increase the maximum price that renewable assets may be paid for power under the Contracts for Difference regime. The administrative strike price for the sixth CFD allocation round will rise by 30%. [Renewable Energy Magazine]
  • “Florida Flooding Closes Schools, Knocks Out Power” • More than 80,000 customers were without power in Florida Thursday morning after torrential rain and winds topping 65 mph. Parts of South Florida, near Key Largo, recorded more than a foot of rain in the past 24 hours. Miami saw a whopping 7.53 inches of rain, setting a new daily record. [ABC News]
  • “Mitigation And Adaptive Actions Are Working, But Climate Threats Continue To Intensify” • The Fifth National Climate Assessment shows a decline in US greenhouse gas emissions even as the population and GDP have grown. But even with ambitious climate action underway, every region of the US is having greater climate threats and impacts. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Fire Prone California Homeowners Left Behind As Insurance Companies Drop Coverage” • As climate change continues to cause disasters across the country, such companies as Farmers, Allstate, USAA, and State Farm have limited any new business in California. Many top home insurers in that state have increased premiums, some by nearly 10 times. [ABC News]

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