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January 30 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Global Warming Could Increase Risk Of Human-Elephant Conflict, Researchers Say” • The risks for conflict between elephants and humans could increase in the future due to climate change and other human-caused environmental factors, according to new research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. [ABC News]

Elephant (Nam Anh, Unsplash)

  • “US Department of Transportation Announces $31.4 Million Loan To Upgrade Critical Rail Lines In California” • The US Department of Transportation announced provision of a $31.4 million loan to the Sierra Northern Railway and Mendocino Railway to expand and rehabilitate rail systems in the Central Valley and Mendocino County. [CleanTechnica]
  • “North Macedonia Posts 160% Growth In New Renewables Capacity In 2023” • Renewable electricity capacity in North Macedonia increased by 551.2 MW over the last two years. Of that, 399 MW was installed in 2023, two and a half times more than the year before. The increase was spurred by a combination of legal reforms. [Balkan Green Energy News]
  • “New Light-Duty Plugin Vehicle Sales Topped 1 Million for First Time In 2023” • Annual sales of electric vehicles more than quadrupled from 2020 to 2023, culminating in more than one million EV sales for the first time in calendar year 2023. In that year, cumulative sales of new light-duty plug-in EVs since 2010 reached 4.7 million. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Shoppers Set To See Meat Prices Fall Thanks To Renewable Energy” • As it becomes more popular to produce sustainable fuel from processing soybeans, a massive amount of soymeal is produced as a co-product. Soymeal is the main ingredient in some animal feed, and its abundance makes the feed cheaper for meat purveyors, Bloomberg says. [New York Post]

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