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November 27 Green Energy News

  • “Nantucket’s Rich Are Losing The Battle To Keep Wind Power Out Of Their Backyards” • A raft of lawsuits from residents and fishing industry groups complain about everything from marine life hazards to obstructed views. But Avangrid completed the first of 62 giant wind turbines last month, promising power for over 400,000 homes and businesses. [The Messenger]

Wind turbines (Waldemar, Unsplash)

  • “How China Put The Big Three And The US Behind The 8 Ball With EVs” • The sad fact is that the Chinese EV market managed to gain a years-long head start on the US. The design work ends up following the money, so it’s going to take years for American-designed platforms to become dominant again (assuming they ever do). [CleanTechnica]
  • “Contrail Mitigation: A Collaborative Approach in the Face of Uncertainty” • Contrails are the white, linear trails behind some aircraft.To measure and address the climate challenge posed by aviation contrails, RMI is working with aviation industry leaders, the tech sector, and the academic community in the Contrail Impact Task Force. [CleanTechnica]
  • “COP28: UAE Planned To Use Climate Talks To Make Oil Deals” • The United Arab Emirates planned to use its role as the host of UN climate talks as an opportunity to strike oil and gas deals, the BBC has learned. The UN body responsible for the COP28 summit told the BBC hosts were expected to act without bias or self-interest. [BBC]
  • “‘Biggest Energy Policy Change’: 32-GW CFDS Could Put Australia On Track For 2030 Climate Targets” • The Australian government’s start of competitive Contracts for Difference tenders for dispatchable renewable energy capacity, with back-up by battery energy storage systems, is an unprecedented step for national energy policy. [Energy-Storage.News]

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