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February 22 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “Minesto Upgrades Faroe Tidal Plan To 200 MW” • Developer Minesto has upgraded its roadmap to a 200-MW tidal energy buildout in the Faroe Islands. The scaled-up roadmap responds to the growing demands for green energy, where unlocking the tidal opportunity enables transition to a 100% renewable power system. [reNews]

Minesto turbine (Minesto image)

  • “From Petrostate To Electrostate: Queensland’s Renewable Energy Push Shows Australia’s Governments Can Move Faster” • Queensland is not just undergoing an energy transition, but a total transformation from legacy petrostate to renewable energy superpower. Its staggering momentum has lessons for the states and the federal government. [The Guardian]
  • “Romania Charges Ahead In The Renewable Energy Race With Over 1 GW of New Projects” • In a move that underscores a leap towards sustainability, Romania is making headlines with its latest green initiative. Last month, the nation issued technical connection approvals for new renewable energy projects with a total installed capacity of 1.1 GW. [BNN Breaking]
  • “Clean Bus Planning Awards Support Fleet Electrification With Custom Transition Plans” • The National Renewable Energy Lab announced the $5 million Clean Bus Planning Awards program. It provides free technical assistance to create comprehensive and customized bus electrification plans for US school and transit fleets through Fiscal Year 2024. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Nearly 3 Million Asthma Attacks Could Be Prevented Among Children With Cleaner Energy: Report” • Nearly three million asthma attacks in children could be prevented by 2050 if the US transitioned to EVs and clean power, according to a report from the American Lung Association. Researchers say the goals would also save hundreds of infant lives. [ABC News]

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