Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

December 31 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “The Year’s Most Extreme Weather Shows What A Warming Planet Is Capable Of, And What’s To Come” • In the hottest year on record, the fingerprints of a changing climate in a warming world were all over dozens of extreme weather events. Too much heat in the system raises the limits of what is possible in weather and pushes it toward the extremes. [CNN]

Storm (Felix Mittermeier, Unsplash)

  • “Seismology’s Eerie Report Exposes The Recurrent Rumbling Of Climate Change” • Research conducted by Colorado State University, based out of New York, found that over 35 years’ worth of data indicates that ocean waves have significantly increased in strength, reflecting an increase in storm intensity caused by global warming. [List23]
  • “South Africa’s Darkest Year Yet” • In South Africa, there was no load shedding in 2017, then 14 days of load shedding in 2018, 30 days in 2019, 54 days in 2020 and 75 days in 2021. in 2022 when there were 205 days. The year 2023 was supposed to mark a turnaround, but it has had over 300 days. Government ministers meanwhile engage in a turf war. [Scrolla.Africa]
  • “Major Investments Propel Smart Grid Development Globally” • As more electricity grids worldwide are connected to renewable energy projects, such as wind and solar farms, suppliers are using the change as the opportunity to develop smart grids that are safer, can better respond to consumer needs, and can carry out real-time demand monitoring activities. [Oil Price]
  • “Texas Is Going To Send Lots Of Solar Modules All Over The USA” • Public officials in Texas have been scrambling to protect oil and gas interests, but the rug keeps getting pulled out from under their feet. In the latest development, Texas will soon host a massive new factory that aims to produce 5 GW of solar modules every year. [CleanTechnica]

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