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January 16 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Albania Kicks Off Qualifications For 300 MW Solar Power Auction” • Albania invited investors to qualify their PV projects for a tender for 15-year contracts for difference. The quota is 300 MW. The highest acceptable price is €59.97/MWh. Developers with the lowest bids will be selected in turn until their projects total 300 MW. [Balkan Green Energy News]

Berat Albania (Johnny Africa, Unsplash)

  • “More CEOs Fear Their Companies Won’t Survive As AI And Climate Challenges Grow” • More executives are feeling better about the global economy, but a growing number don’t think their companies will survive the coming decade without a major overhaul, due to pressure from climate change and technology like artificial intelligence. [ABC News]
  • “How Off-Road Electric Equipment Impacts Green Movement” • We often hear about electric cars, buses and trucks reducing, or even eliminating, emissions. But important changes are under way off-road as well, on construction sites, on farms, and in a variety of similar applications that require big machines to get the job done. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Vestas Introduces Low-Emission Steel Offering For Wind Turbines” • Vestas established a partnership with ArcelorMittal to launch a low-emission steel offering that significantly reduces lifetime carbon dioxide emissions from the production of wind turbine masts. Vestas’s sustainability strategy includes addressing the materials it uses. [Cision News]
  • “Ireland Sets New Wind Record In 2023” • Wind farms provided 35% of the island of Ireland’s electricity and set a new record for power production in 2023. This is according to Wind Energy Ireland’s Annual Report, Cutting Carbon, Cutting Bills: Analysis, which examines savings in gas consumption delivered by wind farms in 2023. [reNews]

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